China’s IP strategy: The domestic perspective
China’s National IP Strategy has its share of critics, especially when it comes to incentives for patent filings. Xianjie Ding and Di Yao argue, however, that despite legitimate concerns about a patent bubble, there is also significant progress being made
On June 5, 2008, the PRC State Council released a National IP Strategy to define China's strategy for IP development. In the Strategy, the State Council outlined a beautiful blueprint to make China into a leader in the creation, exploitation...
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