China's IPR protection continues to improve
Updated: 2013-04-20 14:25
Tian Lipu, commissioner of the State Intellectual Property Office, said at the opening ceremony of a week-long campaign to promote IPR awareness that intellectual properties granted and registered by the office have been growing at a fast pace.
"Since the implementation of a national IPR strategy in 2008, the country's market players have become more capable of IPR creation, utilization, protection and management," Tian said.
Intellectual property rights are beginning to show their effects in enhancing national core competitiveness and transforming the country's economic growth model, the commissioner said.