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the 251st Issue: 2201 Problematic Websites Being Closed by SAIC

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In the second half of 2014, the State Administration for Industry & Commercial of PRC (SAIC) launched the "2014 Red Shield Sword Action" special project, in order to further improve the supervision efficiency of the commodities online trading, comprehensively strengthen the regulation for the commodities online trading behavior, purify the environment of online shopping and protect the legal interests of consumers and operators... More
 
Based on the 2014 World Intellectual Property Indicators published by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in December 2014, patent applications filed worldwide in 2013 amounted to around 2.57 million, up 9% from 2012... More
 
On March 17th 2014, the State Intellectual Property Office of China (SIPO) announced an amendment to the Guidelines for Patent Examination (the Guidelines), which have been effective since May 1st, 2014... More
 
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·Mandatory Rewards, Arduous But Fruitless Issue 63, By Jody Lu, China IP, [Comprehensive Reports]
 
The Regulation, which apparently aims to protect employee innovators, seems to fall into a rather awkward situation, neither enterprises nor employee innovators are satisfied with it... More

·Design patent protection for graphic user interfaces in China Issue 63, By Wang Rui, Patent Counsel at Wan Hui Da Intellectual Property Agency, [Patent]

On March 17th 2014, the State Intellectual Property Office of China (SIPO) announced an amendment to the Guidelines for Patent Examination (the Guidelines), which have been effective since May 1st, 2014... More
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