China's Premier Li: Considering revising intellectual property rights protection law

Further comments are out on the wires from the Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, via Reuters, as he speaks this time on the new foreign investment policy and the economy.

Will fulfill its promise to open up its economy to foreign investors.

Should use foreign investment law to protect rights, interests of foreign firms.

Considering revising intellectual property rights protection law.

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