the 212th Issue:Chinese Premier Underlines Harsher Punishment on IPR Infringements --- China Intellectual Property

the 212th Issue:Chinese Premier Underlines Harsher Punishment on IPR Infringements

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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Monday vowed to put even more emphasis on intellectual property rights (IPR) protection and reinforcing penalties for IPR infringements, and offer fair environment for foreign investment... More
 
Premier Li Keqiang urged companies to encourage innovation by giving their research and development staffs corporate shares... More
 
On March 3, ZTE Corporation (ZTE) welcomes the final determination of the United States International Trade Commission(ITC) rejecting the claims of Technology Properties Limited LLC (TPL), which is the second time that ZTE scored a victory in the 337 investigation in 2 months... More
 
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· A view of the new Trademark Law from the perspective of the agency industry Issue 58, By Kevin Nie, China IP,[Comprehensive Reports]

 
The Third Revision of the Trademark Law has been adopted and will soon go into effect, leaving no room for discussion over its statutory text...More
 
 
· Deficiencies and improvements of the scheme of secured loans against copyright - the case of cinematographic works Issue 58, By Chen Rui, Graudate School of Chinese Academy of Social Science,[Copyright]
 
China’s film industry has made a speedy progress for more than ten years, repeatedly hitting new records in terms of both grossing and single box office returns, while the film overhead investment costs also rise... More
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