China To Apple’s CEO: We Will Boost Intellectual Property Rights

Posted on Mar 28 2012 - 2:22pm by Editorial Staff

Earlier we reported that Tim Cook become Apple’s first CEO has been spotted in China by Sina Weibo users, a number of who posted a photo of the Apple CEO talking to staff at the Apple Store in the Xidan district of Beijing in China. Reuters reported that Tim Cook is in China for talks with government officials in order to clear up the problems in what according to Cook himself is the company’s biggest growth market that is “China”.

Over on this, China’s vice premier promised Tim Cook that the country would boost intellectual property protection during Cook’s second second day of meetings in the company’s biggest potential market. The official Xinhua news agency cited Vice Premier Li Keqiang as saying: “To be more open to the outside is a condition for China to transform its economic development, expand domestic demands and conduct technological innovation”.

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