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Names you should know in the China IP Scene

Issued: November 30 2017

The past few years have marked significant progress in the IP landscape in China, and some key individuals have played - and will continue to play - no small part in the strides forward. Asia IP looked at a combination of factors from recent and past IP developments, personal contribution and significance of affiliated institions to come up with a list of those key individuals. This list is not meant to be exhaustive, but instead to stir discussion on not only some of the most influential names but also rising stars who may shape the future of China's IP. Our list includes government officials, practicing lawyers, scholars and businessmen that have impactful roles on the China IP landscape, presented in no particular order.

 

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