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    China's developing IP system faces some big tests in 2009. Janice Qu and Peter Ollier spoke with SIPO commissioner Tian Lipu about patent amendments, the National IP Strategy and the Office's global role

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@FusionPatentMgt Thanks for the mention. We'd be interested to know how people think the changes will affect IP strategies?

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@twobirdsIP Thanks for a great party last night @RosewoodLondon. Nice to see everyone. Hope all in good form this morning :-)

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V interesting post by @mdloney on why patent litigation is down in the US http://t.co/xisnAJcJxK Comments welcome! http://t.co/fGKL5inRvV

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