Crackdown on IPR infringement is set to continue

As part of China's nine-month campaign to combat the infringement of intellectual property rights (IPR), the nation has implemented legalization of the software in its 135 central authorities, said the Ministry of Commerce on Friday. Wang Zhengang, deputy director-general of the Department of Market Supervision at the ministry, also said China has "made remarkable progress" in the campaign and "IPR protection efforts will be long-lasting". In October, the State Council announced the launch ...

As part of China’s nine-month campaign to combat the infringement of intellectual property rights (IPR), the nation has implemented legalization of the software in its 135 central authorities, said the Ministry of Commerce on Friday.

Wang Zhengang, deputy director-general of the Department of Market Supervision at the ministry, also said China has “made remarkable progress” in the campaign and “IPR protection efforts will be long-lasting”.

In October, the State Council announced the launch …

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Crackdown on IPR infringement is set to continue