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the 172nd Issue: Nation condemns US' IPR watch list

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   The Chinese government expressed deep regret about the United States’ decision to once again put China on its "priority watch list" of countries who are not providing protection of intellectual property rights or fair access to US companies... More
  China has made progress in intellectual property rights (IPR) legislation and law enforcement, according to the country’s Ministry of Commerce on Thursday.
   The ministry made the remarks in a statement in response to the "Special 301 Report" regarding IPR protection released on Wednesday by the Office of the United States Trade Representative...
  Under-pressure exporters aim to rekindle fortunes
   Chinese exporters are keen to develop a new competitive edge through brand-building and technological development amid grim export prospects this year.
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· How to tackle trademark counterfeiting in China--The Ariston IP litigation case studyIssue 53, By Davide Follador, IP Lawyer and China Desk Manager of Franzosi Dal Negro Setti Law Firm (Milan-Beijing),[Patent]
  The case ARISTON is a well known Italian company which operates in the household heating apparatus industry.
   ARISTON Thermo Group has around 20 plants around the world and distributes products in over 150 countries (household heating devices, water heaters for domestic use, burners, solar energy devices, air conditioners).The company has been in China for 30 years, with plants located in Wuxi, Jiangsu....
· UK Patent Disputes: DamagesIssue 53, By Tom Carver, Chief Representative Officer of Wragge & Co. LLP in China,[Patent]
This article reviews the UK approach to compensation in cases involving patent infringement, interim injunctions and employee inventions... More
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