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Intellectual Property Rights In China

Author: Chris Devonshire-Ellis
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783642154089
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This Guide is a detailed overview of all aspects of IPR and protection in China. Produced in association with AWS, the Austrian Federal Bank’s specialist IPR unit based in Shanghai, this is an essential work for any businessman trading with or conducting business in China. From covering protocol for dealing with Trade Fairs, to the application processes for trademarks, patents, copyright and licensing, as well as dealing with infringements and enforcement,this guide is a practical reference for any businessman with concerned with their IPR in China.

China Briefing

Author: William A. Joseph
Publisher: M.E. Sharpe
ISBN: 9781563248887
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This newest China Briefing provides a retrospective analysis of important events in China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong in the mid-1990s and a prospective look at some of the issues that will shape these areas as they each move toward decisive turning points in their distinct yet intertwined histories. The volume includes chapters on politics, economics, U.S.-China relations, Taiwan, Hong Kong, gender, and popular culture and concludes with a detailed chronology covering the period from mid-1994 through mid-1996.

China S Challenge To Us Supremacy

Author: John G. Glenn
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1349951579
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This book analyzes China’s development in the wider context of the global trade, investment, security, knowledge and production regimes established by the United States. It argues that, although China has thus far been able to enjoy rapid growth within this global architecture, it will have to deal with a more challenging external environment as other states react to its rise. More specifically, it is facing growing pressure to realign its currency, a greater number of trade investment and intellectual property disputes, a more hostile security environment, and exclusionary regional trans-Pacific and trans-Atlantic trade agreements. It is also being confronted by an array of internal issues, from an ageing population and weaknesses in the high tech sector, to over-reliance on foreign companies for exports, non-performing loans and a burgeoning state debt. This, in turn, has led an increasing number of firms to relocate to other countries. For the time being, the author concludes, China's global ambitions and challenge to US supremacy will have to be scaled back. This insightful work will appeal to students and scholars of China's politics, economy and development.

China Briefing

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Publisher: M.E. Sharpe
ISBN: 9781563248870
Size: 26.21 MB
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This newest China Briefing provides a retrospective analysis of important events in China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong in the mid-1990s and a prospective look at some of the issues that will shape these areas as they each move toward decisive turning points in their distinct yet intertwined histories. The volume includes chapters on politics, economics, U.S.-China relations, Taiwan, Hong Kong, gender, and popular culture and concludes with a detailed chronology covering the period from mid-1994 through mid-1996.

Chinese Intellectual Property And Technology Laws

Author: Rohan Kariyawasam
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 0857935224
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The rapid evolution of China from an emerging to a mature intellectual property jurisdiction has far-reaching implications for the law, policy and practice of IP, and their links with competition and technology law. Produced in the year China rose to fourth rank globally as user of the international patent system, this volume is an invaluable guide for the policymaker, the analyst and the practitioner alike, setting a thorough exposition of the substantive law and its application within a broader policy context, and offering a comprehensive, timely overview of an IP system just at the time it begins to assume central significance on the world stage. Antony Taubman, Director, IP Division, WTO This edited volume offers an excellent comprehensive overview of China s intellectual property and technology laws. The eminent contributors to this volume have played important roles in shaping China s IP system and in tackling the many challenges confronting it. By making their views of the system readily accessible to an English audience, this volume will undoubtedly add to our understanding of the legal protections and challenges facing innovation industries in China. Mark Wu, Harvard Law School, US The pioneering studies in this book examine the fundamental role of intellectual property and technology laws as China is moving from made in China to created in China . This book also helps us to understand about the interplay between China s intellectual property protection system and the potential for transition of China s economy, and provides numerous means to deal with the legislative difficulties in China s innovation-oriented strategy. Wu Handong, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law, China Written by some of China s leading academic experts and with a foreword by the former Chief Justice of the IP Tribunal of China s Supreme People s Court, this book combines for the very first time a review of both Chinese intellectual property and technology laws in a single volume in English. The book initially focuses on recent amendments to the laws of copyright, trademarks, patents, before moving on to discuss unfair competition and trade secrets, and the protection of intellectual property over electronic networks. Other chapters cover the regulation of digital networks and telecommunications; IT and E-commerce; the new antimonopoly law and competition; and China s position on the TRIPS agreement. Of special note is a chapter written by in-house Counsel and the Chairman of the Quality Brands Protection Committee (a coalition of well known multinational brands) reviewing both brand protection and practical enforcement of intellectual property in China. This book will appeal to scholars and postgraduate students in commercial law (especially in IP, trade, competition, and technology), Chinese studies and business, as well as regulators, international agencies and law firms. Management consultancy and accounting firms, banks and investment firms will also find this book invaluable.