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Confidence is also boosted by establishment of intellectual property rights courts at central and provincial levels star

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China is strongly supporting foreign companies’ efforts to develop

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On Tuesday, former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton joined the chor

us, encouraging Hong Kong people to speak out for democracy and freedom.