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Rogier Creemers is researcher, Programme for Comparative Media Law and Policy, University of Oxford.
1 article in English
Marching In: China’s Cultural Trade in Official and Press Discourse
ABSTRACT: This essay analyses the official and media response to the WTO cases related to cultural products, which China lost. It aims to contextualize both the official discourse and the press discourse in terms of domestic politics and China’s trade priorities. It concludes that in the official discourse, China and the US are working at cross purposes, as they have fundamentally divergent concepts of trade in cultural products. The newspaper discourse is more moderate and emphasises developmental and commercial issues, but is also subject to the priorities of Chinese politics.
KEYWORDS: China, WTO, cultural trade, intellectual property rights, political discourse, press.
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