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IPR laws set for update

By Tuo Yannan | China Daily | Updated: 2008-06-14 07:38

The National Intellectual Property Strategy Outline, released on June 5, is expected to set the basis for the proposed revision of China's outdated copyright, trademark and patent laws.

The outline has set the "strategic" goals of completing the revision by 2020, to bring the country's intellectual property laws up to date.

At a news conference to introduce it, Zhang Qin, deputy commissioner of the State Intellectual Property Office of China, said the revision of the IPR laws is a "gigantic and complex" undertaking. But "we are fully committed to complete the revision on schedule to keep pace with economic development".

IPR laws set for update

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