Chinese piracy reform still murky in '96

Berman, Jay
January 1996
Billboard;1/6/96, Vol. 108 Issue 1, p10
Trade Publication
Comments on China's series of reforms, aimed at halting the pirating of United States CDs in China, as well of permitting U.S. companies in China. Agreement between US Ambassador Charlene Barshefsky and Minister Wu Yi.


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