China to Increase Copyright Enforcement
by MARTIN CRUTSINGER
Forbes, publication date: 11 April 2006
"The administration said that in the area of piracy, the Chinese agreed to require that computers use legal software and to step up enforcement of intellectual property rights. They also pledged to close Chinese optical disk plants that are producing pirated CDs and DVDs.
In her comments, Wu said regulations would be issued stipulating that all computers sold in China must have legal operating systems.
Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez said China had agreed to reopen its market to U.S. beef after clearing up some remaining technical issues. "