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IP Protection in China Is Finally Changing. Or So It Seems

New laws, new courts—but only time will tell.

One of the stranger situations Michelle Lee, Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, has ever confronted involved an Apple store in China. At least it seemed like an Apple store. Everything in the store—the inventory inside, the merchandise, the t-shirts the workers were wearing, the awning, the logos, everything was completely counterfeit,” she said at Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Summit on Tuesday in Laguna Niguel, California.

Though the incident reflects intellectual property theft at its most extreme, the episode represents one of the most persistent challenges American businesses face in foreign markets, and particularly in China, the world’s second largest economy. It’s also a matter that Lee focuses much attention on, and it’s a priority for the Obama administration. The White House wants all companies [to] feel comfortable shipping their products and services overseas and not having them stolen the minute they land at foreign soil,” Lee said. Given the U.S.’s $200 billion in exports annually, she said there’s a focus on ensuring goods are protected, respected, and if infringed on or stolen, there are consequences to disincentivize it.”

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