A Chinese court has approved a settlement between the Graduate Management Admission Council and a Chinese test-prep business that upholds the GMAC's copyright on the Graduate Management Admission Test. The council sued when it found that the company was using copyrighted materials in its programs. Western testing organizations have generally been frustrated with their limited legal ability to object to copyright violations in China, and so GMAC officials called the ruling a significant victory.
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