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Misconceptions About Trademarks in China

Issued: May 31 2017

In the past decade, trademark protection in China has improved in quality and scope. Why, then, do so many misconceptions about the system persist? Paolo Beconcini explains how what foreign trademark owners don’t know can hurt them.

 

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