• Country to boost IPR protection under BRI
    China will provide a range of intellectual property rights services for countries and regions involved in the Belt and Road Initiative, according to the latest plan on its development. The services will also cover patent searches, reviews and training to consolidate and improve international cooperation on IPR, according to the document issued by the State Council, the country's Cabinet, on Thursday. The docum
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  • Beijing IP court issues guideline on submitting trade secrets
    Beijing Intellectual Property Court issued a guideline to help litigants access better evidence in civil cases involving trade secret infringements on Friday. Between November 2014, when the court was established, and October this year, the court heard a total of 163 disputes involving trade secrets, of which, 120 have been concluded. "Many disputes often happened in fast developing industries and competit
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  • Rapid growth of IP-related applications seen in China
    China saw a rapid growth of applications involving intellectual property rights and stronger support in this regard last year, thanks to the country's increasingly intensified efforts on IPR protection and development. A report issued by a development and research center with the China National Intellectual Property Administration, the country's top IPR regulator, on Friday showed that the number of author
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  • China leads global 6G patent applications
    China has taken a leading role in 6G patent applications in the world, outweighing the US and Japan, according to Nikkei Asia on Thursday. China's 6G patent applications account for 40.3 percent of the world total, crowning the list of global 6G patent filings, said a survey conducted by Nikkei in partnership with Tokyo-based research company Cyber Creative Institute. The US and Japan took second and third
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  • China-Singapore Patent Prosecution Highway (PPH) Pilot Program Extended for another Five Years
    Pursuant to theJoint Statement of Intent of CNIPA and IPOS on Deepening Cooperation in Patent Prosecution and Extending PPH Pilot Program, China-Singapore PPH pilot program will be extended for another five years starting from September 1, 2021, and will be terminated on August 31, 2026. The extended China-Singapore PPH pilot program will use the PPH Mottainai program, enabling applicants to file PPH requests to t
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  • China-Canada Patent Prosecution Highway (PPH) Pilot Program Extended for another Five Years
    According to a decision jointly made by CNIPA and CIPO, the PPH pilot program between China and Canada will be extended for another five years between September 1 2021 and August 31, 2026. Relevant requirements and procedures to submit PPH requests to the two offices remain unchanged. The China-Canada PPH pilot program was initially launched on September 1, 2013. It has been extended twice and the termination date
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