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Vice-premier urges sustained IPR crackdown

By Wang Qian | China Daily | Updated: 2011-04-30 07:43

Beijing - China has detected more than 100,000 cases involving violation of intellectual property rights (IPR) in the past five months, Vice-premier Wang Qishan said at a national conference in Qingdao on Friday.

While praising the results so far, Wang ordered government departments across the country to continue their efforts by focusing on key markets and fields, such as agricultural products, food and pharmaceuticals.

"Harsher criminal and economic punishments should be imposed in order to truly intimidate violators," Wang said.

Vice-premier urges sustained IPR crackdown

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