A worker checks on robot arms at a factory in Nanjing in east China’s Jiangsu province in June 2019. Both Chinese and British firms do not perform adequate due diligence. Photo: AP
Nicolas Groffman
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Nicolas Groffman

Intellectual property theft: what Chinese and British firms should worry about

  • Chinese companies are more vulnerable to data leaks through social media communications than foreign state-sponsored intellectual property theft
  • Meanwhile, British companies should discard the belief that transparency buys trust
A worker checks on robot arms at a factory in Nanjing in east China’s Jiangsu province in June 2019. Both Chinese and British firms do not perform adequate due diligence. Photo: AP
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