DuPont and P&G report revenue and innovation resulting from persistence in China

We recently spoke at the Licensing Executives Society annual meeting in San Diego, California, where the difficulty of doing business in China was a dominant topic. For example, Michael Swan, a royalty auditing specialist, read a litany of his firm’s bad experiences dealing with its clients’ licensi...

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