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Topic - David Wolf
China's two biggest video websites are fighting a court battle over accusations they are misusing each other's programming as rivalry heats up in an industry that is luring viewers away from bland state TV.
China's two biggest video websites are fighting in court over accusations they are misusing each other's programming as rivalry heats up in an industry that is luring viewers from bland state TV.
Two of China's biggest technology companies have launched a court battle in Europe over mobile phone patents in a rare public clash between firms Beijing is promoting as national champions.
"They are the first Chinese company to present a viable, sustainable competitive threat to what has long been perceived as America's core competitive advantage, which is innovation and high technology," said David Wolf, a technology marketing consultant in Beijing. "No matter what firm stepped into that, it would be caught in the barbed wire."
"They are going to have to move more quickly," said Wolf. "They need to put their most senior executives in front of the American public."