Intellectual Property Protection Strategy Under the Belt and Road Initiative

Intellectual Property Protection Strategy Under the Belt and Road Initiative

Yong Zhang (University of Macau, China)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-8440-7.ch006

Abstract

After the belt and road initiative was put forward, the relevant domestic regions responded positively and carried out research work in succession, making suggestions for the implementation and planning of the belt and road initiative. However, the relevant research work mainly focuses on the political, economic, and cultural problems existing in the implementation of the belt and road initiative. The research on intellectual property protection issues has rarely been reported. By analyzing the intellectual property environment both of domestic and international in which the belt and road initiative located, this chapter focuses on the intellectual property protection strategy in the implementation of the belt and road initiative, aiming at providing reference for intellectual property research under the belt and road initiative.
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Status Of China's Intellectual Property Rights

Since the implementation of the national intellectual property strategy in 2008, China's intellectual property legal system has been gradually improved, the level of law enforcement has been continuously improved, the number of intellectual property rights has grown rapidly, international exchanges in the field of intellectual property have increased, and international influence has gradually increased. At the same time, the implementation of the belt and road initiative will lead to the adjustment of the intellectual property order in the international region. As more and more Chinese companies enter the international market, international intellectual property disputes that Chinese companies encounter overseas will grow rapidly.

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