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《知识产权管理》 一本针对中国知识产权市场的国际性权威杂志
Managing IP Chinese: The global magazine for the Chinese IP community 

Surveys: The well-established World IP Survey ranks the leading patent, trade mark and copyright firms in more than 70 jurisdictions. Also included here is the annual survey of top-filing PCT firms. Subscription required.

Roundtables: Managing IP hosts roundtable discussions with a wide range of participants on topical issues. Read the full transcripts here. Free access.

Webinars: Our web seminar channels host patent and trade mark/internet discussions and presentations. You can listen to recorded seminars and register for upcoming ones. Free access.

Awards: Full details of all the winners and shortlisted firms for Managing IP’s annual awards dinners, held in London and Washington DC each spring. Subscription required.

IP Stars: A standalone website with extensive commentary on the IP market based on our original research, plus top-ranked firms and links to firm websites. Searchable by country and law firm. Free access

Conference newspapers: Managing IP publishes newspapers for attendees of the INTA, AIPPI and AIPLA meetings. Download the newspapers in PDF format. Free access.

Maps: Managing IP occasionally publishes strategic maps setting out information for global IP owners. The first, on international anti-counterfetiting, was published with the May 2013 issue of the magazine. Details here. Non-subscribers can purchase one from the sales team - contacts here.

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