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Guide to Protecting Intellectual Property Rights in China

Guide to Protecting Intellectual Property Rights in China  
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Shortly after its accession to the WTO, China has been undertaking amendments to its laws on patents, copyright, trademarks, etc., in order to comply with relevant requirement of the WTO to protect intellectual property rights. For example, the new Trademark Law has come into effect since May 2014. This guidebook is to give an introduction to the related laws in China, and provide some practical information as regards how to protect one’s intellectual property rights in the country.

 

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