China plans to improve international collaboration in the field of intellectual property rights

China plans to improve international collaboration in the field of intellectual property rights

China plans to improve international collaboration in the field of intellectual property rights

During the 14th five-year plan period (2021-2025), China is trying to strengthen a larger and deeper opening-up of the intellectual property rights (IPR) sector in order to improve international IPR collaboration, according to the IPR authorities.

Gan Shaoning, deputy head of the National Intellectual Property Administration (NIPA), noted that the IPR authorities have developed three significant measures aimed at breaking new ground in global IPR cooperation.

To begin, China will actively participate in global IPR governance, contribute to the improvement of international IPR regulations, and actively support multilateral and bilateral intellectual property negotiations linked to the economy and trade.

According to Gan, China would expand its cooperation and consultation with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), as well as strive to improve IPR international regulations and standards relating to international trade and investment.

In addition, the government will research and participate in the development of international IPR rules and standards in new sectors and business strategies.

Second, China will improve its international IPR cooperation, strengthen IPR international cooperation structures, and improve the IPR international cooperation environment.

China will strengthen IPR collaboration with countries along the Belt and Road, expand IPR cooperation with global and regional organizations, as well as significant nations and regions, and help developing countries improve IP capability.

China has maintained strong connections with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) over the past four decades. Under the framework of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), the country has actively participated in global IPR governance and international rule-making, and has joined nearly all significant international intellectual property conventions.

Following that, China will ‘re dedicated to multilateralism, bolstering cooperation with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), promoting the development of global intellectual property causes, and building a community with a shared future for humanity.

Third, China will promote international cooperation in IPR protection, make it easier to obtain IPR outside of China, and provide more support in IPR disputes.

China will enhance international IPR review cooperation, promote better use of the WIPO global service system, and build international IPR risk early-warning and emergency response systems.

In September, China launched a 15-year strategy for IPR growth (2021-2035). By 2025, it calls for stronger IP protection, a high level of public satisfaction, and a higher market value for IP. According to the strategy, China’s IPR competitiveness will be among the best in the world by 2035.

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