Legal Aspects of Foreign Company Operations in China: Intellectual Property Rights in China

Desevedavy, Franck
February 2005
Doing Business with China;2005, p93
Provides information on the intellectual property rights implemented in China. Intellectual property laws and regulations that were published when China acceded to the World Trade Organization from 1992 to 2002; Signs that cannot be used or registered as a trademark; Categories of patents that can be registered before the Patent Office of the State Intellectual Property Office.


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