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China to intensify crackdown on IPR infringement, fake goods

(Xinhua) Updated: 2016-05-05 09:52

BEIJING - China's State Council said on Wednesday that the country will intensify crackdowns on intellectual property rights (IPR) infringement and the production and sales of counterfeit goods this year, particularly in the Internet sector.

Supervision and management will be strengthened to fight fake and inferior products, targeting items including drugs, gasoline and diesel oil, construction materials and children's products, according to a circular issued by the State Council.

China will boost exchanges on IPR with the United States, Russia, Japan and European countries while strengthening cooperation with Africa, Latin America and countries along the Belt and Road, it said.

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