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March 11, 2010, 7:16 pm
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On Wednesday, He Yafei, one of China’s most senior diplomats and politicians, met with Francis Gurry, the Director-General of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) to discuss China’s progress on Intellectual Property.

During the meeting, Gurry praised China’s Intellectual Property laws and the progress they have made in recent years. WIPO has stated that they want to continue working closely with China to further strengthen their cooperation regarding IP development.

China currently ranks first in the world in terms of domestic trademark and patent applications and third in the world for international patent applications.

He Yafei expressed his gratitude and ensured that China will continue working closely with WIPO.

Source:China IPR


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