Once again Paramount might get sued from one of their Chinese partners for not representing their product sufficiently. The first time was from Beijing Pangu Investment who felt their hotel's logos and names were not shown enough and tried to recoup the cost of their deal to essentially get free perpetual advertisement from the film. It seems Wulong Karst National Park liked the idea as they are now claiming breach of contract for the same reasons. They claim the park's location was not displayed and the film edited events in such a way to make it seem like it was a neighbor to Kong Kong and not its actual 700 miles away.
If my recall of the movie is correct, I do believe these are true statements. While the hotel's name or logo was shown in multiple scenes, I do not recall any identify information about the park and only aware of it from tracking filming of the movie for the blog and a few featurettes that followed. Also the movie does make it seem like the park is just outside of Hong Kong and from the movie alone I would have had no idea it was so far away. So unlike the previous lawsuit threat, this one might have legs.
Right now this is in the threat phrase so chances are Paramount is working behind the scenes to figure out what it will take to make them happy while having it cost less than the estimated $1 million they got for the product placement deal. Still considering the not insignificant number of product placements in the movie, makes you wonder who else will step forward to sue.