Doing business abroad: Protecting your IP in China
Canadian Intellectual Property Office
This guide is part of a series on doing business abroad and gives an overview on protecting intellectual property (IP) in China. Detailed information on trademarks, patents, designs and copyright is provided to explain what can be protected under Indian authority and for how long. The guide also highlights the various ways IP rights can be enforced in China and ends with important tips and contact information for additional help.
Format: Paper, Electronic
Catalogue Number: Iu71-4/49-2018
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