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China targets trademarks violations in effort to improve IP protection, but unlikely to satisfy US demands

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]More than 850 violations relating to the malicious squatting and hoarding of trademarks have been identified under a campaign started in China last year in an effort to improve intellectual property protections.Under the two-year long Blue Sky campaign, which was launched in May 2019, the China National Intellectual Property Administration has reviewed 47,000 registered trademark agencies, although this is seen as a less important area compared to copyright and patent rights, lawyers said.The…

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More than 850 violations relating to the malicious squatting and hoarding of trademarks have been identified under a campaign started in China last year in an effort to improve intellectual property protections.Under the two-year long Blue Sky campaign, which was launched in May 2019, the China National Intellectual Property Administration has reviewed 47,000 registered trademark agencies, although this is seen as a less important area compared to copyright and patent rights, lawyers said.The…

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