Do ACTA Member Countries Want to Confront China With A Fait Accompli?

Since April 9, when I blogged ‘China and ACTA: Why the problem is not made part of the solution‘, new information about the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) has leaked, see Wikileaks here. It makes you realise how transparent the founding parties to ACTA want to be. Compare the United States Trade Representative posting a 6 […]

WTO Report DS362

We have been waiting even before 10 April 2007, because a dispute between the US and the People’s Republic of China regarding the protection and enforcement of intellectual property in China, was in the air. Finally the WTO panel published their conclusion on 26 January 2009, read here. So first who were the honorable WTO […]