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6-29-2009 @ 8:11PM
I haven't been to China in a while but when I was there a few years ago, there was a huge push to stop CD and DVD piracy as they were preparing to enter the WTO. The government announced there would be a crackdown. All of the street vendors marked down their stock to around $0.10 a disc to try and sell out before the deadline date. Two weeks later the street vendors had stocked back up, prices were back to normal, and there was a different big story on the news. The farmers might have to take a bit of a vacation but I'll be very surprised if this law actually affects the industry very much.
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