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The countryʹs intellectual property rights (IPR) protection policies have a direct effect on its foreign direct investment (FDI). This paper will synthetically evaluate the differences of IPR protection level between China and America and empirically analyze the effects on FDI caused by such a disparity based on Ginarte and Park’s index. Results indicate that the protection degree of IPR is the most influential factor in China; however, it is not evident in America. America has a relatively mature IPR system, whereas China has gradually improved its IPR system. Other more important factors such as scientific technology, market openness, and market scale also affect FDI. Hence, China should increase the legal protection of IPR and improve the relevant system to promote the healthy development of FDI. Moreover, China should enhance the strength of independent innovation, expand the market space and scale, and strive to create a good environment for IPR protection.