Opinion | Putting China in charge of the world’s intellectual property is a bad idea

In March, 83 countries will vote to elect the next director general of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), a U.N.-created body founded in 1967 “to promote the protection of intellectual property throughout the world.” The Chinese candidate, Wang Binying, currently serves as one of its four deputy director-generals and is widely seen as the front-runner.

Source: Opinion | Putting China in charge of the world’s intellectual property is a bad idea

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