China releases IPR protection agenda
Updated: 2012-05-19 11:13
BEIJING - The General Office of the State Council on Friday released a work agenda concerning the protection of intellectual property rights (IPR) and a crackdown on the production and sale of counterfeit goods.
The agenda mentions campaigns to be carried out to ensure protection for trademark rights, copyrights, patent rights and online shopping sites, as well as efforts to fight the counterfeiting of cosmetics, medicine, agricultural production materials and vehicle components.
Efforts will also be made to crack down on the infringement of proprietary information, the agenda said.