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China IP Newsletter   Issue 2 Foward       Subscription    June 11, 2009
Top News
·Zhang Qin Chats with Netizens on the Implementation of IP Strategy
    the first anniversary of the promulgation of National Intellectual Property Strategy Outline, Vice Commissioner of the State Intellectual Property Office Zhang Qin was invited to visit the site of national IP strategy on June 5. 

·China's Gene Invention Patent Application Increases by 26%
   On June 2, Summit Forum on Chinese Gene Science and Industry Development was held in Beijing, with the participation of Vice Chairman of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference Wang Zhizhen and Member of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress Yang Bangjie.

·China to Increase Exports of Independent-Trademark Products
   China will gradually increase the exports of independent-trademark products, a recently issued document relating to trademark strategies by China's State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC) indicated.  
·China's First Conference on Domain Name Convened 
On June 4, with the theme of "Standardization, Innovation and Development", China's first conference on domain name was held with general attention from domestic and international Internet industries.

·UK Hopes Co-op with China on IP Protection in Digital Age
·HK: 2 Arrested for Online Piracy

China IP Articles

·HP: Focus on Result, Not Figures
  (Issue 29 By Doris Li)
In 1939, in a small garage located at No.367 of Addison Avenue of Palo Alto, California, two young professionals, Dr. William Hewlett and Dr. David Packard, with enthusiasm and vision, created the Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. (HP, as we all know) beginning their incredible journey to nearby Silicon Valley and creating an equation: doctors + garage = HP.

·Continued Efforts on Judicial IP Enforcement—An interview with Kong Xiangjun
 (Issue 29 By Liu Rong)
On March 9, 2009, Judge Kong Xiangjun was invited to the People's Daily Online, for a face-to-face netizen dialog on how the courts protect intellectual properties (IP). Thereafter, Judge Kong was interviewed by China IP and the IP Channel of the People’s Daily Online to discuss widely concerned issues involving the judicial certification of well-known trademark and antitrust cases.


·Chinese Company Wins Intellectual Property Legal Process in United States
Haier Wins Greater Global Recognition

·EBay Wins Brit Battle Against L'Oreal

·Google to Sell E-books in 2009



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