Tag: china

Software piracy in China declining

survey released by the State IP Office reveals that the percentage of pirated software installed on Chinese computers decreases

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IP in China? It’s not all bad

Recent statistics on the outcomes of reported IP litigations in the most important courts in China are encouraging: The

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China – a few comments on the Draft for Third Amendment to Trademark Law

A while ago the Chinese authorities released the “Opinion Solicitation Draft for Third Amendment to Trademark Law” (“the Draft”).

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Is your supplier really cheap or just a wolf in sheep’s clothing?

It is well known that many companies, for cost reasons, choose to manufacture and buy products in low-cost countries,

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Enforcement in the East II – Why should I patent in Russia?

This is a second blog post on patent enforcement in Eastern countries. Having already discussed China, we now turn

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Enforcement in the East I: What’s the use of a Chinese patent?

In recent years, many of the former planned economies in the East have put state-of-the-art IPR legislation in place.

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Recent Trends in Chinese IP enforcement

As has previously been mentioned on this blog, Schneider Electric Low Voltage (Tianjin) Co. Ltd., a joint venture of

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New patent law in China

As mentioned on this IP blog on 30 October 2008, a new Chinese patent law has been anticipated for

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New Patent Law in China

Everybody knows that China (PRC) is the most populous country in the world. Most are probably also aware of

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IPR2 to strengthen the Europe-China IPR relationship

Last month, the EU-China IPR2 Project, focused on enhancing the enforcement of IP rights in China, was introduced to

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