China & Japan move forward on intellectual property rights:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Sino-Japanese co-operation on intellectual property rights was recently boosted by a workshop held in Beijing. The China-Japan Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights, sponsored jointly by China's department of policy, regulations and reform and the Japan International Cooperation Agency, was described as "successful". Key topics discussed at the event included: IPR strategies; establishment of an anti-monopoly law; revision of the anti-unfair competition law; and protection of business secrets.
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