Two US brands recently battled brand squatters in China with
very different outcomes. Facebook won. Apple lost. Are there any
reasons for the different results? In this article, Finnegan
Amy Hsiao looks behind the different results for strategic
insights, including what issues to bear in mind when an
infringer copies your brand in China.
Previously published in China-Britain Business Focus
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