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With the arrival of the Sci-Tech era and information era, the standards-essential patent becomes increasingly important and the educational circle is more and more concerned about the study on the anti-monopoly law of standard essential patent. Since many lawsuits on the standards-essential patent occur in recent years, the educational circle of China begins to think seriously over the new legal issue. From the perspective of the anti-monopoly law, this thesis gives an introduction to the concept of standards-essential patent and takes the specific case of Huawei suing the US IDC as an example to analyze how to make use of the anti-monopoly law in China to regulate the standard essential patent .
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