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[edit] Legislation

In 2008, China amended its patent law for the third time. One of the reasons for the change was to be compliant with the TRIPS agreement.

[edit] Searching for, and checking status of, Chinese patents

Patents may be renewable and last longer than 20 years in China.[1]

A search engine is available at: cnipr.com/enpatv.

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[edit] References

  1. http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/legal/2010-November/001438.html

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[edit] About the third amendment


[edit] About China, WTO, and submarine patents

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