cluded more than 150,000 civil IPR disputes and more than 2,000 criminal IPR cases, up 80 percent and 23 percent res
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PR infringements and violations such as producing or selling counterfeit goods, he said.
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ending the Patent Law and the Copyright Law, and further shortening the time al
lotted for reviewing patent and trademark applications by upgrading our intelligent systems,” he added.
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es by establishing a national-level IP court. The new court, under the Supreme Peo
ple’s Court, aims to streamline the appeal process by allowing litigants to bypass top provincial courts.
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pproach to business with their Chinese partners amid the US-China trade dispute.
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make sure that we are competitive in the market, so we had to slow down our business with China,” said Jo
ey Baxter, an importer and manufacturer for the dress brand JAX in New York.
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SA, Apparel Sourcing USA and Home Textiles Sourcing Expo, which started M
onday and will conclude on Wednesday, at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York,
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ed eventually,” Baxter said. “Unfortunately, it’s taking longer than expected.”
“We are very much against the trade barriers,” said Detlef Braun, a member of the executive board of Messe Frankfurt GmbH, orga
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“So far, the US market is a very attractive market, the
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row, then there could be a certain point where this market is losing attractiveness,” he said.
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ented Hong Kong companies from hiring people from the mainland and has raised the idea of a GBA ID card, which wou上海夜生活
ld allow Hong Kong and Macao residents to save their “mainland travel permit” information on their mobile pho
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Talents who can speak three languages needed
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eak English, Mandarin and Cantonese. They are essential to facilitate cross-border cooperation. Eventually the regi
on should be more open in order to bring in global talents to support the development, which is happening now. Bu
上海夜生活t we are seeing a high demand for returnees who have studied and/or worked in Western countries.
The rerun of restored classic TV dramas backed by some promotional campaigns on v
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istorical comedy-drama, Li Wei the Magistrate 3, on Youku has gained surprisingly high views that are mainly f
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During this year’s Spring Festival holiday, iQiyi released 25 restored classical works, like The Kan上海夜生活
gxi Dynasty and garnered massive views. So to tap the huge potential of the summer season, Youku has set up the “HD C
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Conductor Yu Long chose Chinese composer Chen Qigang’s violin concerto, La Joie
de la Souffrance (The Joy of Suffering) to appear on his new album wit上海夜生活
h the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, Gateways. But Yu’s first encounter with Chen was not exactly harmonious.
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Beijing Music Festival, an annual classical music festival held in the capital, which Yu fou
nded in 1998 and of which he was artistic director from 1998 to 2018. However, Chen said no. Instead, the c
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idea to me back then,” recalls Yu. “However, after listening to Chen’s work, I changed my mind. The concert was su上海夜生活女神会所
ccessful and I told Chen immediately after the concert how touched I was by his music.”