Kate Nicholson
Aug 31, 2009

Live Issue... Will the WTO's ruling force open China's media market?

The World Trade Organisation's recent ruling that China had broken its rules by restricting the import of foreign media content certainly made the headlines.

But what does the ruling mean for content owners trying to access China

The ruling, which the Chinese authorities say they will appeal, orders the Government to ease some of its curbs on foreign films, music and print. It follows a complaint by the US. The ruling promises to open the doors to China’s market for overseas media companies to distribute their content. At face value, the ruling sounds fair and simple, especially since...

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