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Beat the first filing blues in China

More and more brand owners are discovering that someone else has managed to register their trade marks in China. Catherine Sun explains how they should deal with the problem

A growing number of domestic trade mark owners are becoming adept at playing first-to-file games with their foreign counterparts. This trend is borne out by the statistics: over the past three years, foreign brand owners have filed more than 70,000...

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