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the 65th Issue: Celebrate the Launching IP Channel of China Daily Website


 
China IP Newsletter   Issue 65 Forward       Subscription    Jan. 13th, 2011
           
 


·SIPO: Quality, not Numbers, Key to Patents and Innovation
Patent quality -the number of valid patents - is the key to maintaining intellectual property (IP) research and production advantages, a Chinese intellectual property official, told a Dec 22 forum in Beijing. More

·China grants more patents in 2010
BEIJING, Jan. 12 (Xinhua) -- The number of patents granted in China last year was 40 percent higher than in 2009, according to the national patent watchdog. China's State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) said in a statement Wednesday that it received over 1.2 million patent applications and approved 814,825 requests among them last year.
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·Copyrighted video raises IPR awareness
About two months ago, with just a few clicks of a mouse, many US TV series fans in China were able to watch their favorite dramas online for free. They had little choice but to watch unlicensed video clips online because domestic cable channels did not broadcast the shows.
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·Senior Chinese official calls for enhanced trade, economic cooperation with EU
BEIJING, Dec. 29 (Xinhua) -- A senior official from China's Ministry of Commerce called for enhanced trade and economic cooperation between China and the European Union (EU), prior to Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang's upcoming visit to three EU nations.
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·IPR efforts redoubled as US visit nears
·Supervision boosted to protect intellectual property
·Hu Jintao Stresses Innovation, SIPO Officials Awarded
·Reshuffling China's online video-sharing industry amid copyright protection
·China bans downloads of unlicensed foreign music
·Fake seed crackdown reaps results
·China's hi-tech industrial zones take lead in industrial innovation
·The claim of the case that Founder prosecutes P & G was rejected in the first instance
·In the first round of Cola brand Dispute - "Tianfu" wins "Pepsi"
·2010 China ideal consumption brands was released
·Research report showed that the sales of cheap copy mobile phones in 2012 will decline
·China's hi-tech industrial zones take lead in industrial innovation




·How to Operate a Brand through Domain Name Strategy — A Dialogue with Domain Name Expert Jannik Skou. Issue 39 By Sarah Luo, China IP,[Internet & Domain] 
The launch of .中国 Top Level Domain (TLD) in 2010 is a milestone in Internet history. On Auguest 25, 2010, a report concerned with China’s domain name service and security status was issued. The report pointed out that China has about a million domain name servers; more than 50% are not safe. According to the statistics published by CNNIC, the amount of .cn users is declining while that of .com is seeing a sharp increase. Mr. Skou shared with us his understanding on current domain name questions raised by China IP.More

·Kodak’s Strategic Transformation and Brand Revitalization Issue 39 By Kevin Nie, China IP,[Comprehensive Reports] 
When speaking of Kodak, most people first think of cameras and film. However, for Kodak’s employees, this is both glorious and ironic. Since 2003, when the Company announced that it would “march into the digital world,” it has successfully evolved from being a giant of traditional imaging products to a global powerhouse of digital products. Nevertheless, little has been stated or publicly known about this rebirth.More
 
 
 







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