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the 59th Issue: IPR strategy listed in China's 12th Five-Year Plan

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China IP Newsletter   Issue 59 Forward       Subscription    Nov. 11st, 2010

·IPR strategy listed in China's 12th Five-Year Plan
On October 27, the fifth plenary session of the Seventeenth Chinese Communist Party Central Committee considered and passed the "Proposals for the National Twelfth Five-Year Plan for Economic and Social Development" (the "Proposal") and released the full version.More

·China, US Agree to Combat Cyber Crime
China and the United States jointly pledged at the Fourth US-China Internet Industry Forum on Monday to increase collaboration to combat cyber crime and protect Internet security. "We encourage and support international collaboration in the Internet industry.

·Central, Local Govts Push IT for Metro Model City
The State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) and the municipal government signed an agreement on Nov 7 to build Chongqing into "a national intellectual property model city". According to the agreement, a special coordination group headed by leaders from SIPO and the southwestern metropolis - a main venue of China Patent Week - will be established to advance the effort.

·Official: Internet Market Will Always Be Open
Vice director of the Information Office of China's State Council Qian Xiaoqian said Monday that China's Internet market will always be open. He made the remarks when addressing the opening ceremony of the fourth US-China Internet Industry Forum.


·Potential Media Partnership- recommended by Feng Xu from Fitzpatrick
·International Seminar on TRIPS 15 Anniversary Held in Shanghai
·Taobao Mall Invests 200 Million in Brand Marketing     
Possible Free Transfer of "Bruce Lee" Trademark to Shannon Lee
·145 IP infringements in Guangzhou Asian Games
·Italy Eyes Closer Economic Ties
·Co-produced animated movies become new trend
·Mr. Chinese Copyright Encounters Infringement
·BMW register trademarks for Series 2
·Apple sue Motorola for six patent infringements
·China Treats Foreign, Domestic Net Firms Equally
·Zhejiang ranks No. 1 in trademark amount
·GM Pontiac brand closed down
500 IP-related Criminal Cases Handled in First Half Year

China IP Articles

·BMW v. MBLW: Targeting “Free-riding with Famous Brands” Issue 38 By Kevin Nie, China IP,[Trade Secrets] 
On April 21, 2010, the Supreme People’s Court published its list of “Ten Major Cases Relating to National Judicial Protection of Intellectual Property for 2009.”(“Top Ten”1). The trademark infringement and unfair competition case BMW v. MBLW, represented by trademark attorneys Ma Qiang and Zhang Yazhou from Unitalen, was among the cases on the list.More

·Huali Networks: Going its Own Way to Innovation Issue 38 By Tommy Zhang, China IP,[Comprehensive Reports] 
 Innovation has been a rather modern jargon nowadays, and is a concern to everyone and every enterprise. What is innovation? How does one innovate? For the medium and small-sized enterprises in China, how can they maintain sustainable development through innovation? These are the questions frequently asked by enterprisers.More

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