E.U.-China Summit Takes on Impact of WTO Entry on IPR

Law360, New York (October 23, 2003, 12:00 AM EDT) -- China and the European Union held talks on their cooperation in intellectual property rights protection at a jointly-organized symposium in Beijing on Thursday, the People's Daily reported.

"Partnership in Protection of Intellectual Property: China and Europe, Past, Present and Future," is a two-day symposium focused on the experience of the EU-China Intellectual Property Rights Cooperation Program.

The program has been in place for five years at a cost 45 million euros, according to the People's Daily. It is scheduled to end in 2004.

At the opening...
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