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China’s trade mark teething problems

Peter Leung, New York

Almost a year after China revised its trade mark law, a lack of capacity to handle the huge volume of applications continues to pose an obstacle to reform

That’s the finding of Shi Hui (pictured), IP officer at the British Embassy in Beijing. According to research and interviews conducted by Shi, though the changes in the law have led to some positive changes on the ground, there are...

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