In 6 Years, China has Generated a Loss of $41 Million in Earnings for Music Creators

Date

12 Jun 2008

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Press release

Brussels, June 11, 2008 – With just two months to go to the Olympic Games, China is in the spotlight. Numerous associations and organizations have already spoken on the situation in China in a number of sectors, but there is one which CISAC and its President Robin Gibb particularly wish to highlight: creators’ loss of earnings in the music industry due to non-compliance with the copyright legislation in China.

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