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Brand-Related Intellectual Property Disputes in Outbound Investment

Issued: July 01 2012

As Chinese enterprises pursue overseas expansion, they must more carefully consider their global
branding stragegy, say Chen Changhui and Jiang Zhipei – even if they don’t have an immediate
plan for outbound investment.

 

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