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Chinese firm guilty of ‘pirating’ books

A Chinese company and its local business partners have been ordered to pay nearly P25 million in damages to a Filipino publishing firm for printing and distributing its educational books without permission. In a Dec. 8 ruling, Judge Ma. Victoria Soriano-Villadolid of the Manila Regional Trial Court Branch 24 found Fujian New Technology Color Making and Printing Company LTD, M.Y. Intercontinental Trading Corp. owner Tedwin T. Uy and Allianz Marketing and Publishing Corp. guilty of copyright infringement. T

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