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Title: "The Patent Revolution: Proposed Reforms in Chinese Intellectual Property Law, Policy, and Practice Are The Latest Step to Bolster Patent Protection in China"
Author: Raymond Gabriel J.D. Candidate, May 2008, The George Washington University Law School
Publication Date: January 3 2008
Free/Fee: Free Access
Reads: 4689
Abstract: In the current global economy, intellectual property plays an important role for individuals and businesses seeking to protect investments in ideas, brands, and innovations. Global trade concerns push developed economies and international businesses to pursue intellectual property rights (IPR) throughout the world to secure valuable return on those investments. However, because IPR are generally protected under domestic law, much depends on developing countries that lag behind developed countries in protecting IPR.
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