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·ZTE and Qualcomm collaborate to boost UMTS system performance
Qualcomm Incorporated, a leading developer and innovator of advanced wireless technologies, products and services, and ZTE Corporation, a leading global provider of telecommunications equipment and network solutions, today announced their collaboration to significantly enhance the capacity and performance of UMTS systems with the integration of Qualcomm's Uplink Interference Cancellation (ULIC) technology into ZTE's next-generation UMTS base station products.

·Liu Binjie: China to combat piracy in new media sector
On the morning of July 3, Director of General Administration of Press and Publication and National Copyright Administration Liu Binjie met with visiting Director General of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Francis Gurry and Assistant Director General Wang Binying.

How the Lowly Anise Became a Star   
Chinese pharmaceutical companies could take a lesson in the value of intellectual property from Swiss drugmaker Roche Holding AG, which turned a common Chinese herb into the flu fighter Tamiflu.Tamiflu (Oseltamivir) became a cash cow for Roche after it was found effective against bird flu, and most recently the H1N1 virus - formerly-called swine flu - that appeared this year in Mexico and has since spread globally.

·Beijing: Microsoft Lawsuit
Microsoft filed a lawsuit against a do-it-yourself PC vendor in Zhongguancun, accusing Beijing Strong Well Future Technology Development of using pirated Microsoft software.Microsoft is demanding 500,000 yuan in compensation, People's Daily reported. 

Law Clinic Focuses on IP Issues

·Beijing: Fighting Plagiarism

·Developing nations eligible to share "climate friendly technology"

European businesses wish to invest more in China


·Institutional Solution to Trademark Examination Backlog (Issue 29 By Zhou Yi)
The day following the Spring Festival was busy as usual, for Liang Yong, a trademark agent. He has come to the realization that the work will never be finished, and working extra hours till 9 or 10 p.m. has become routine. “Look at the Official Gazette (OG),” Liang said to the reporter. “Weekly, it used to be about 2,000 pages thick. By the end of last year, it was 3,000. Now, nearly 5,000 and still counting!”

·Chinese Companies Learn from CeBIT
(Issue 29 By Doris Li)
CeBIT, the world’s largest information and telecommunications technology trade show was held from March 3 ~ 8, 2009 in Hannover, Germany. This year’s event attracted corporations from 69 countries, including famous Chinese regulars; Haier, Konka, and Edifier, and transnational giants; Microsoft, Intel, and Vodafone. However, overshadowed by the global economic crisis, the number of exhibitors declined from 5,845 in 2008 to 4300, and past exhibitors such as Samsung and AMD were not in attendance.



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