As China embraces a global market, movie makers are struggling to fightcopyright infringement and piracy of its movies that sell for as littleas 75 cents on the street. CNET\u2019s News.comreports that movie executives have even gone as far as to push foraction from the World Trade Organization. However, given the toughsanctions provided by the WTO\u2019s Trade-Related Intellectual PropertyRights agreement, such a move would have major diplomatic implicationsat a time when the U.S. urgently needs Chinese help on North Korea andother issues. The frustration is at a heightened level as many of thesecompanies also can\u2019t afford not to do business in China. Read more.