China Intellectual Property Challenges And Solutions: An Essential Business Guide
by Ordish, Rebecca; Alan Adcock
About This Book
Anyone wanting to do business in China is faced with the country's long-held perception that intellectual property is more a communal right than an individual one. However this is set to change as China creates more of its own technology and intellectual property, and awareness of such issues will continue to improve.
This volume explores the realities of protecting and commercialising valuable intellectual property in China. In addition to suggestions for IP management, it provides practical case studies and useful checklists based on the authors' experience dealing with multinationals in many businesses. The book is divided into four parts: introduction to IP in China and its cultural context; entering the China market, choosing a business structure, finding a suitable partner and protecting your IP throughout your supply chain; and the future of IP in China.
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