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the 49th Issue: Global scientists stress technology innovations at World Expo's theme forum

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China IP Newsletter   Issue 49 Forward       Subscription    June. 24th, 2010

·Global scientists stress technology innovations at World Expo's theme forum
WUXI, Jiangsu, June 20 (Xinhua) -- Scientists and officials stressed the importance of science and technology innovations in urban development at the World Expo's third theme forum, which opened in Wuxi, east China's Jiangsu Province, on Sunday.City expansion had been achieved along with the burning of fossil energies like coal and oil during the past 200 years.More

·Apple blamed for HTC patent infringement
A US trade panel will investigate allegations made by HTC Corp that Apple infringes on its technology, as HTC seeks to win a ban on the US sale of iPhones, iPads and iPods. The International Trade Commission said that it would take up the investigation, which has to do with "certain portable devices and related software."

 ·Chinese drug firm readies for Pfizer unit takeover
HARBIN - Harbin Pharmaceutical Group (HPG), the Chinese buyer of Pfizer’s swine vaccine unit, is preparing workshops and technicians to take over the production line, the company announced Thursday. "The production preparations are underway, and we hope to obtain production certificates for Pfizer’s vaccines of RespiSure and RespiSure-One a year from now," said Jiang Linkui, general manager of HPG.More

·Platform launched to protect World Cup copyright
The Copyright Protection Center of China (CPCC) launched the Nationwide Online Video Copyright Monitoring, Investigation and Evidence Collection Service Platform in Beijing June 8. The platform came just before the start of the 2010 World Cup and will protect online video copyright for the tournament which is being held in South Africa.More

·SIPO Delegation visits Japan and South Korea
·China and Sweden Sign MOU on IPR Cooperation
·Tibetan watermelons to be trademarked
·SIPO undertakes analysis and forewarning in 9 tech areas
·Chinese President: to form innovative technologies with independent IPRs
·Universities pay attention to brand protection
·Up close and personal with the past

China IP Articles

·China is Protecting Intellectual Property Issue 36 By Kevin Nie, China IP,[Patent]
On February 11, 2010, an opinion piece written by Mr. Benjamin Bai and published by the Wall Street Journal, attracted wide attention from the Chinese media. After analyzing a large amount of data, the article entitled, “ Yes, China Does Protect Intellectual Property,” concluded: China is always criticized for weak protection of intellectual property, but the reality is not as bad as people thought.More

·New Patent Law: Is the Wolf Coming? Issue 36 By
Doris Li, China IP,[Patent]
China’s new Patent Law, coming into effect on October 1, 2009, has been in force for nearly six months. The revisions to the two articles concerning patent agency have led to the alarm that “the wolf is coming.” Is there any “wolf” after all? What threat will the “foreign wolf” bring? A China IP reporter interviewed related personages.More

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