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Darin Gibby: U.S. Patent Office Favors Foreign Innovators: How the USPTO Leaves American Inventors Open to Chinese Knock-offs

Simply put, our patent system is so dysfunctional and expensive that most Americans are priced out of the patent system. Until Congress makes it easier to protect American technology, that technology will continue to be manufactured overseas.
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