China and Iceland Signing MOU on IP Cooperation

China and Iceland Signing MOU on IP Cooperation

2018/11/1

October 17 (local time), Liu Junchen, Member of the CPC Leading Group of the State Administration for Market Regulation of China, Secretary of CPC Leading Group and Deputy Commissioner of China National Intellectual Property Administration (CNIPA), led a delegation and visited the Ministry of Industries and Innovation of Iceland (MII), and met with Minister Þórdís Gylfadóttir of MII. The two sides made in-depth exchanges on latest development of IP in China and Iceland, Patent Prosecution Highway (PPH), trademark examination and future bilateral cooperation, and signed the Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation between China National Intellectual Property Administration and Ministry of Industries and Innovation of Iceland (MII). The two sides also reached a consensus on strengthening cooperation in the field of consumer protection. After the meeting, the delegation visited the Innovation Center Iceland and the Iceland branch of Huawei, a Chinese enterprise, and fully listened to opinions and shared experiences on IP transformation and application and IP serving development of enterprises.

Source: CNIPA




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