New guidance on commercial secrets in China

In the wake of the Stern Hu/Rio Tinto case, the Chinese State Owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission has released guidance on what constitutes a “commercial secret”.  Mallesons’ Nicolas Groffman examines the implications of this guidance for Australians investing in China here.

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Damien MacRae
Damien run's KWM’s annual trivia night in Sydney, which tells you (1) that he knows way too much about pop culture and (2) that he is a pedant for accuracy. These qualities might also explain why he's an IP lawyer.
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