By Wang Yan, Senior consultant of Anderson & Anderson LLP, Guangzhou Office
Intellectual property protection is always a hot topic but a hard task faced by the Chinese government and its judicial system. In the past a few years, the environment for intellectual property protection has improved gradually, but problems remain. On the one hand, new laws and regulations are enacted, which strengthen the enforceability of basic intellectual property laws. On the other hand, there are still daily acts of intellectual property infringement; and intellectual property owners still face difficulties in combating counterfeits.
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