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Managing IP has been publishing a quarterly edition in Mandarin Chinese since 2008. We have also launched a Chinese language website (www.managingip.cn), which is regularly updated with news, analysis and feature articles from the English edition of Managing IP and has become a respected source of global IP information for Chinese IP owners. 

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This week's IP news roundup is by James Nurton and feat. @The_IPO, Olympics logo, EMI Music, Crestor & Ariosa http://t.co/MMWo3Em673

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Jay Z Doesn't Want His Wealth Discussed at Copyright Trial http://t.co/Q2pKLYEob7 via @thr

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Due to demand, we've made Emma Barraclough's article on the future of IP downloadable (PDF). Just provide yr details http://t.co/oEgoly4RKA

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