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The Chinese government has an opportunity to make a positive statement to western countries on the value of intellectual property, an issue that’s now much bigger than the legal outcome of AMSC’s efforts to prosecute Sinovel for alleged theft of its trade secrets, says chief executive Dan McGahn.

AMSC boss: China’s choice on IP

The Chinese government has an opportunity to make a positive statement to western countries on the value of intellectual property, an issue that’s now much bigger than the legal outcome of AMSC’s efforts to prosecute Sinovel for alleged theft of its trade secrets, says chief executive Dan McGahn.

The Chinese government has an opportunity to make a positive statement to western countries on the value of intellectual property, an issue that’s now much bigger than the legal outcome of AMSC’s efforts to prosecute Sinovel for alleged theft of its trade secrets, says chief executive Dan McGahn.