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Interview: Jack Chang, chair of the Quality Brands Protection Committee

Karry Lai, Hong Kong

Jack Chang shares his priorities for 2018 with Karry Lai, including China’s e-commerce law enactment, recommendations for changes to the Trademark Law and increasing transparency in public prosecutions concerning IP crime

Jack Chang is the chairperson of the Quality Brands Protection Committee (QBPC) of the China Association of Enterprises with Foreign Investment and a passionate driver of change to China’s IP policies. Managing IP spoke to Chang to see what the...

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