the 135th issue:International IP Protection from 'Beijing Agreement' --- China Intellectual Property

the 135th issue:International IP Protection from 'Beijing Agreement'

China IP Weekly   Issue 135    June, 21th, 2012
China’s Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) enforcement is not deteriorating and China is making greater efforts on IPR, said Liu Binjie, director of the General Administration of Press and Publication, Wednesday... More
China will speed up the development of TD-LTE, the nation’s fourth-generation (4G) telecommunications technology, during the next two years, an official with the country’s top economic planning agency said Wednesday... More
A groundbreaking multilateral treaty to protect the intellectual property rights of film and music performers is expected to be signed at a conference underway in Beijing, Trevor Clarke, assistant director general of the World Intellectual Property Organization,... More
· 10 Years of IP Development: From Worship to Practical Use     Issue 48, By Anne Zhang, China IP,[Comprehensive Reports]
As the Dean of the IP School of Shanghai University, Professor Tao Xinliang has been engaged in IP law study, teaching and practice for more than 20 years. Considering himself as a “pioneer” in the IP industry, Prof. Tao has been playing a multiple role—“a teacher yet a lawyer, a scholar yet a practicer,” as he said...
· A brief introduction to patent applications from universities     Issue 48 By Zhang Wei, Environmental Engineering office, department of materials, Beijing Center of Patent Examination Cooperation Cen,[Patent]
The author has taken part in the “IP Drive in Universities” since 2011 and some other activities such as the promotion of the Patent Law in universities...

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