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  Patent-intensive Businesses Lead Economic Growth
  Patent-intensive industries have been leading other sectors in the national economy in terms of economic benefits, innovation and dynamism, said intellectual property officials at a news conference in October.
  The list of patent-intensive industries was unveiled at the news conference by the State Intellectual Property Office, containing eight sectors – basic information, software and IT services, modern transportation equipment, intelligent equipment manufacturing, bio- medicine, new materials, efficient energy preservation and environmental protection, and recyclable resources. They altogether cover 48 specific industries.
  According to the 2015 report of China’s patent-intensive industries, also unveiled at the news conference, those industries generated total added value of 26.7 trillion yuan ($3.9 trillion) in 2010-14, with annual growth rate of 16.6 percent on average. The figure accounted for 11 percent of the nation’s GDP over the same period.
  City Nurtures Tech Biz with Talents, Policies
  As one of the most active bases for innovation in China, Beijing boasts more than 90 universities, 280 research institutions and many of the nation’s leading high-tech companies.
  Beijing's research and development expenditure makes up 5.95 percent of its annual GDP, and there are 61.3 invention patents for each 10,000 residents in the city, with both numbers leading the nation.
  In the first half of this year, contracts for technology transfer totaled more than 130 billion Yuan ($19.3 billion), up 6 percent from the same period last year.
  Beijing officials said there are "beneficial interactions" among the local government, innovators and the public, thanks to the introduction of top talent and high-end industries, market orientation and improved government services.
  China's Foreign Patent Filings in Pharmaceutical Industry Enters the Top 3 in the World
  At the National Conference on Innovation in Sanitation and Health, the achievements that Chinese pharmaceutical industry has made in self-innovation during the 12th Five Year Plan period attracted great attention from the whole society. In the past five years, china's foreign patent filings in pharmaceutical industry have entered the top 3 in the world, which reflected remarkable improvement in IP competence and paved the way for Chinese enterprises being integrated in global market and taking a place in global industry chain. It is due to the driving force of external environment as well as urgent need for internal development of Chinese pharmaceutical enterprises.
  Chinese Publishers Take on the International Market
  Increased participation at the Beijing International Book Fair shows world’s growing interest.
  The annual Beijing International Book Fair is serving as a bridgehead for Chinese copyright- based sectors going global, with more than 5,000 copyright deals signed at this year’s session, up to 6.3 percent from a year ago.
  More than 2,400 exhibitors from 86 countries and regions displayed their books at the fair, more than 10 times the 224 exhibitors from 35 countries and regions at its first session 30 years ago. The five-day event attracted some 300,000 visits this year.
  WIPO Distance-learning Program Boosts Access
  The World Intellectual Property Organization announced on October 25 that it would launch Chinese-language intellectual property courses on the distance learning platform of the Chinese Intellectual Property Training Center, the latest cooperative project between the two organizations.
  The plan was first proposed in 2015 with the aim of allowing more people to attain IP knowledge. The courses cover a variety of issues such as copyright, patents, trademark, industrial designs, IP management and geographical indications. Sherif Saadallah, head of the WIPO Academy said at the launching ceremony in Beijing that the offering of Chinese language courses will expand the depth and the width of cooperation between WIPO and CIPTC and maximize the capacity of the Chinese people with IP knowledge. From 2011 to 2015, China's IP authorities organized more than 22,000 training programs, involving 2.3 million trainees, 310,000 of whom utilized distance courses.

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