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2024 (7th) EU-China Conference on IPR Protection Online & Innovation held in Shanghai

IP Key China and Beijing Anti-Infringement and Anti-Counterfeiting Alliance CAASA have consistently maintained a close partnership, focusing on EU-China intellectual property (IP) protection for e-commerce platforms. The collaboration has actively promoted communication and exchanges in internet intellectual property protection and cross-border IP enforcement between the two regions.

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Munich, Brussels

Exchanges on IP Matters with CNIPA Concluded in Europe

In recent years, China has implemented numerous legislative updates regarding trademarks and patents, including the 2023 Exposure Draft of the Trademark Law, the Implementing Rules of the Patent Law, and the Revised Patent Examination Guidelines introduced in January 2024. In light of these developments, IP Key China and the China National Intellectual Property Administration (CNIPA) co-organised a delegation of CNIPA experts for a mission to Europe on 11-14 June 2024.

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Shanghai, China / Zoom

2024 (7th) EU-China Conference on IPR Protection Online & Innovation held in Shanghai

IP Key China and Beijing Anti-Infringement and Anti-Counterfeiting Alliance CAASA have consistently maintained a close partnership, focusing on EU-China intellectual property (IP) protection for e-commerce platforms. The collaboration has actively promoted communication and exchanges in internet intellectual property protection and cross-border IP enforcement between the two regions.

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Innovating for Sustainability: The journey of European companies in China

In the context of a rapidly evolving global economy, innovation and creativity play a key role in sustained growth and progress. While tangible assets are protected by conventional property rights, intellectual property (IP) is essential for the intangible ideas and creations that are the foundation of creativity and innovation.

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IP Key China Stakeholders Meeting held in Beijing

In the IP Key China stakeholders’ meeting that took place on 18 April, representatives from Chinese government agencies, EU institutions and embassies, academics, industry leaders, IP experts as well as other key stakeholders came together to discuss the significance of international cooperation ion intellectual property (IP) matters.

The meeting featured two insightful panels on ‘An Open and Concerted Approach to Strengthen the IP Landscape’ and ‘How to address the existing and forthcoming challenges of e-commerce’.

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IP Key China Stakeholders Meeting held in Beijing

In the IP Key China stakeholders’ meeting that took place on 18 April, representatives from Chinese government agencies, EU institutions and embassies, academics, industry leaders, IP experts as well as other key stakeholders came together to discuss the significance of international cooperation ion intellectual property (IP) matters.

The meeting featured two insightful panels on ‘An Open and Concerted Approach to Strengthen the IP Landscape’ and ‘How to address the existing and forthcoming challenges of e-commerce’.

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The 2024 IP Key China stakeholders meeting to be held in Beijing

The stakeholders’ meeting on EU-China intellectual property rights (IPRs) will take place on 18 April in Beijing. This event aims to foster dialogue and collaboration among key stakeholders in intellectual property organisations and communities.

Focusing on the importance of EU-China cooperation in IPR matters, this event promises to bring together policymakers, academics, industry leaders, IP experts and other key stakeholders from the EU and China to exchange ideas, share best practices and explore opportunities for collaboration.

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