In the News: China's First-Ever Ruling Over Virtual Humans; Chinese Banks Keen to Establish Crypto Operations in Hong Kong; and Chinese Investment in Europe Falls to an 8-Year Low

May 17, 2023
| By Clarence Lee
Hangzhou Court applies copyright and unfair competition law to protect virtual human intellectual property in the absence of specific legal provisions; Hong Kong’s loosened cryptocurrency rules attract Chinese state-owned banks; and increased regulatory scrutiny pushes Chinese investment in Europe to an 8-year low

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