- China's military has spoken out in protection of the country's military and technological innovations by suggesting the country tighten its control over its intellectual property.
- The military suggested that China needed to create intellectual property rights barriers over its technological developments, like supercomputers, drones, dredgers, and rocket launch simulation technology.
- The US has launched an investigation into whether China has stolen its intellectual property.
China's military has suggested the country increase its intellectual property control of military and technological innovations.
In an article in China National Defence News, reported by South China Morning Post, the military said China needed to create intellectual property barriers to its equipment, including supercomputers, drones, dredgers, and rocket launch simulation technology.
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