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Dr Guan H. Tang speaks on of trade mark protection in China

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Dr Guan H. Tang, Senior Lecturer in Commercial Law Asia at Queen Mary University of London, spoke at Managing Intellectual Property's IP in Asia Forum at Le Meriden Piccadilly, London, on 23 June 2016. She gave an academic overview of trade mark protection in China, outlining three key dimensions to Chinese trade mark law; (1) the public interest in promoting a socialist market economy, (2) consumer rights, and (3) the rights of the proprietors of trade marks, and that there appears to be a conflict between the requirement of promoting a socialist market economy and protecting right holders.

Read more about the event on the MIP blog.