Bad faith and well-known marks to be curbed in China
Registration of trade marks in bad faith and the proliferation of well-known marks are targeted in the latest draft of China’s trade mark law. But the changes could throw up new problems of their own
The newest draft revision has not been released to the public, though the National People's Congress put out a press release discussing many of the major changes from the previous draft.
In China it is generally seen as...
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