Taiwan Sends Envoy To U.S. To Discuss Removal From IP Blacklist

Law360, New York (October 11, 2004, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Taiwan has sent a high-ranking official to the U.S. to try to persuade the U.S. Trade Representative to remove the island nation from its blacklist of countries with weak intellectual property protection.

Lu Wen-hsiang, Deputy Director-General at the Ministry of Economic Affairs' Intellectual Property Office, left for Washington, D.C. last week to communicate with authorities and groups ahead of a review of Taiwan's progress in intellectual property protection, according to Taiwan’s Central News Service.

During his trip, Lu plans to visit the Office of the United...
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