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China looks to go beyond patent numbers

Peter Leung, Hong Kong


According to Dan Prud’homme of the EU Chamber of Commerce in China, government officials are taking steps to improve patent quality in China

At a talk at Hong Kong University on Tuesday, Prud’homme, the author of a report last year raising concerns about patent quality in China, told the audience that while those issues remain, the government is taking steps to address them....


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