Despite intellectual property protection improvements, American businesses remain cautious about doing business in China. IP is at the center of their concerns.
The market in China is too big for American businesses to ignore. Despite pessimistic assessments, there are signs that America and China are resolving business issues.
As you consider doing business in China, you might wonder how well your concept will succeed. You probably consider your return on investment (ROI). And you likely consider the country’s gross domestic product (GDP).
The number of intellectual property cases heard in China continue to increase. There has been a 41.8 percent increase in cases over the past year.
While there’s been discussion regarding intellectual property and forced technology transfers in China, these may not be American businesses primary concern. The most important concern may be more basic than that.