China to spearhead more international rules on IP protection
China will take initiative to participate in formulating and amending more international rules involving intellectual property to better serve the country's opening-up, a senior IP regulator said.
"We'll continue our deep participation in improving international rules on patents, trademarks, industrial designs and geographical indications under the multilateral framework, with global exchanges on the 2023-01-13Read more
China steps up efforts increasing intl cooperation on IP protection
China has stepped up efforts in increasing international cooperation on intellectual property protection, to improve its competitiveness with a rapid growth of patent applications from overseas, a senior IP regulator said.
"IP has played a more significant role in supporting our opening-up and economic globalization, and it's a strategic resource for a national development as well as a core element for th2022-12-28Read more
Nation leads surge in global patent applications
Global intellectual property applications rose last year despite the COVID-19 pandemic, with China leading the growth, World Intellectual Property Organization data shows.
Of the 3.4 million patent applications filed around the world in 2021, China's IP office received 1.59 million, according to the World Intellectual Property Indicators Report 2022, issued on Monday.
The worldwide total was "slightly 2022-11-29Read more
China to participate in global IPR governance
China will actively participate in global intellectual property governance, and speed up cooperation with other economies in the field, so as to jointly promote a higher-level of IPR protection, said Pu Chun, vice-minister of the State Administration for Market Regulation, on Saturday.
He made the remarks during a parallel session on international cooperation in protecting IPR and fighting against infringement and2022-11-07Read more
What China Has Achieved in IP Outcomes During 2012 to 2021
Decade of innovation sees invention patents soar
The rapid growth of patents and trademarks in the past decade demonstrates the vitality of the national innovation, Hu Wenhui, deputy head of the National Intellectual Property Administration told a news conference on Sunday.
From 2012 to September, the administration granted 3.95 million patents, with an average annual increase each year of 13.8 percent, bringing the number of valid patents to over 4.08 million.