Chinese companies learn to protect IP abroad
More than 300 delegates attended a two-day event in Beijing this week to help Chinese companies to register, protect and enforce their IP abroad
The inaugural China-International IP Forum, organised by Managing IP, took place on June 29 and 30 at the Peninsula Hotel in Beijing.
The event was opened by Wu Kai, deputy director general of the International Cooperation Department of...
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