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Liu Chuntian, the “founding father” of Chinese IP: Interview

Peter Leung, Hong Kong


Liu Chuntian, the first IP law professor in China, tells Peter Leung about his fears for the implementation of the country's IP strategy and why being sent down to the countryside shaped his views on IP law

What positions do you hold in China?

I hold a number of positions. I am professor of law at Renmin University of China [the People’s University], and dean of the Intellectual Property Academy there. I am also director of the...


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