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Here on the streets, where pirate DVD sellers congregate to peddle copies of the latest Hollywood movies, the reaction was muted, even indifferent, to a landmark ruling by the World Trade Organization saying China's system of importing and distributing books and movies breaks international trade rules and should be revised.
"I didn't know about the news. I will continue selling my DVDs, I think. Even though China has many more legal DVDs, our price is cheap, with good quality. I am not worried about this ruling," said one seller from Henan province.
The Chinese government says it finds the WTO ruling against its regulations on the import and distribution of books and audiovisual products "regrettable."
"China has always fulfilled its obligations on …