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China commits to improved IP enforcement

Peter Ollier and Janice Qu, Hong Kong

China’s Supreme People’s Court has issued guidelines for implementing the National IP Strategy that will lead to unified tribunals handling civil, criminal and administrative IP courts and may create a specialist IP appeal court

"The spirit of the opinion is clearly saying that we have to take further steps to punish repeat infringers and those infringing for commercial gain," according to Luke Minford, head of China operations for Rouse.

The Guidelines set out a...

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