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[Trailer] Trademark battles against Chinese copycats

China in Focus
China in Focus
⭕️ Watch the special report on @EpochTV👉https://ept.ms/TrademarkBattles ⭕️ Sign up with your email today to get FREE videos on #EpochTV👉https://epochtv.com ⭕️ Support the China news you can't find anywhere else. No censorship. Visit our new own platform: Epoch TV👉 http://epochtv.com/chinainfocus ⭕️ Sign up for our NEWSLETTER and stay in touch👉https://www.ntd.com/newsletter.html Brands from around the world aim to sell their products in China, to its 1.4 billion-strong population. But there's one problem business leaders, from Steve Jobs to Elon Musk, have had to deal with in exchange for that market access: copycats. Many major brands have gotten dragged into years-long legal disputes to protect their trademarks. Sometimes, the real brands are even forced to apologize—and pay millions of dollars in compensation to their copycats. It's all made possible by a practice known as “Trademark squatting.” In this special report, we look at seven companies that found themselves caught in the trap. Have other topics you want us to cover? Drop us a line: chinainfocus@ntdtv.org And if you’d like to buy us a coffee: https://donorbox.org/china-in-focus Subscribe to our YouTube channel for more first-hand news from China. For more news and videos, please visit our website and Twitter. Follow us: EpochTV Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EpochTVus EpochTV Twitter: https://twitter.com/EpochTVus
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