Anti-piracy lobby tries softer approach in China

Friday, 7 April 2006, 4:20 PM EST

In a bid to encourage Chinese officials to crack down on rampant software piracy in the country, foreign critics are working hard to sell the notion that legal software is good for China's economy.

"It's seen as the foreigners' way of taking money out of the country without necessarily building factories or other obvious ways of adding value to the economy," said David Wolf, president and CEO of Wolf Group Asia, a consulting company in Beijing.

At InfoWorld.

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