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China's controversial amendment plans


Proposed amendments to China's patent and trade mark laws have caused much debate over the past month. Peter Ollier analyzes what is at stake

Although China's government came to the IP game late, not introducing patent and trade mark laws until the mid 1980s, the country has since demonstrated an impressive ambition to improve its legal framework. Both the patent law and the trade...


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