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Title: Establishing a Safeguard System for Intellectual Property Protection for Chinese Private Enterprises
Authors: Liu, Wenqi
Keywords: Enterprise;intellectual property protection;intellectual property management;enforcement
Issue Date: May-2009
Publisher: CSIR
Abstract: Chinese private enterprises have created substantial wealth in the recent years; as a result, private sector has been an important component of Chinese economy. The expedited globalization and informationization presents some challenges to Chinese private enterprises in the regime of intellectual property (IP) protection and management. As for many commercial activities, such as foreign trade, investment, merger and acquisition, IP may be of central concern for all the participants; therefore, to some extent, IP is always regarded as a crucial matter to enterprises’ survival and development. However, Chinese private enterprises seemly have not fully prepared for establishing a safeguard system for IP to date. This article first explores the problems and troubles that Chinese private enterprises have encountered in the regime of IP protection, which exist in legislation, enforcement, and enterprises’ management systems. It also analyses the elements that impede the progress of upgrading IP protection system. Finally, it proposes some suggestions to help private enterprises improve their level of IP protection respectively, from the view of enterprises, IP agents, government and local authorities.
Page(s): 226-235
ISSN: 0971-5544
Appears in Collections:JIPR Vol.14(3) [May 2009]

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