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Right to Repair Legislation: Momentum and Challenges Ahead

[ad_1] Right to repair bills have been gaining momentum. Consumers and independent third parties increasingly demand the right to self-repair. They want to be able to repair a wide range of products including electronics, farm equipment, medical devices, and motor vehicles. The right to repair refers to manufacturers providing third parties with the tools, parts, …

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Unroll the Scroll Painting: Inside the Chinese Art Market and Its Regulatory Landscape

[ad_1] When Christie’s Auction House first entered the secondary art market of mainland China in 2005, it licensed its brand to a local auction house and received a total of RMB 97,000,000 (roughly $12,100,000) for its inaugural sale.[1] With eight years of experience in this nascent market, Christie’s started its independent business by establishing a …

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