Sunday February 23, 2020

Chinese patent and trademark laws are 'steadily improving'

Intellectual property regulations are steadily improving in China, according to a European patent and trademark attorney.

23rd June, 2012
Kevin Lynch, chairman of the Ireland China Association. Photo: Johnny Mooney

Intellectual property regulations are steadily improving in China, according to a European patent and trademark attorney.

Addressing the China Business Summit hosted by *The Sunday Business Post* last Wednesday, Peter Hanna explained that Chinese companies were beginning to take intellectual property rights more seriously.

"In the last three years, things have changed," Hanna said. "The Chinese companies have been filing trademarks and patents in China. Chinese companies are protecting their own intellectual property in China....

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