Top Legislator Highlights IPR Protection in Talk with U.S.

Top Legislator Highlights IPR Protection in Talk with U.S.


Chinese National People's Congress Standing Committee chairman Wu Bangguo said on September 8 at the U.S.-China Economic and Trade Cooperation Forum during his visit to the U.S. Wu hopes that both China and U.S. will make cooperation between businesses, establish ties for businesses, enchance protection of IPRs, work hard to improve the policy and legal environment, and promote bilateral trade and investment facilitation.

"As China and the United States restructure our respective economies, we can foster new areas of economic and trade cooperation, especially in the economic and technological fields and between businesses. They may range from low carbon economy, renewable energy, clean energy and new energy vehicles," Wu said.

The two sides signed 41 agreements and contracts on investment and economic and technological cooperation worth a total of 12.38 billion U.S. dollars, involving such areas as new energy and materials, communications, electronics, machinery and tourism. 
                                                                                            Source: China IP News     

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