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Making the Most of the Chinese Patent Law Amendments

Issued: October 01 2009

At the recent Commercializing Patents Asia 2009 conference held in Shanghai, a panel of leading in-house counsel highlighted four key areas they felt were affected by China’s new Patent law. Darren Barton reports from the conference.

 

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