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the 179th Issue: Negotiators Begin Work on Finalizing New Treaty to Improve Access to Books for Visually Impaired Persons

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   More than 600 negotiators from WIPO’s 186 member states began work today on finalizing a new international treaty to ease access to books for blind, visually impaired, and other print disabled people. The Diplomatic Conference to Conclude a Treaty to Facilitate Access to Published Works by Visually Impaired Persons and Persons with Print Disabilities... More
 
   Mainland judges face a growing number of international cases
  Increasing globalization of the economy is leading to more legal disputes involving overseas parties, posing unprecedented challenges for the court system, a judge said....
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· The Recovery of the Global Music Industry, Await Chinese Digital MusicIssue 54, By Anne Zhang, China IP,[Copyright]
 
  The music industry once was called “the vanishing industry.” The copyright environment has always been the biggest barrier for the industry’s development. On February 26th, 2013, the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) published the 2013digital music report which brought exciting news to musicians worldwide... More
 
· We Have a Passion for IP Issue 54, By Monica Zhang, China IP,[Patent]
 
  Thomson Reuters should be a familiar name to the Chinese IP community, since both sides of the business have accumulated years of experience in China. The merger of Thomson and Reuters several years ago combines Thomson’s strong information management with Reuters’ media edge... More
 
 
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