China’s new Intellectual Property (IP) Court will bring much needed subject matter expertise to adjudicate technical IP cases between foreign and domestic companies when it begins operations January 1.
China Market Intelligence
Following Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping’s meeting at the G20, China’s government appeared to address key US concerns around intellectual property rights (IPR) in several announcements.
At the US-China Business Council’s (USCBC) 45th Anniversary Gala on December 5, Ambassador Carla A.
After a meeting between Presidents Xi Jinping and Donald Trump after the G20 summit in Buenos Aires this weekend, the United States and China announced a temporary ceasefire on tariff increases and agreed to further talks on trade issues.
Various efforts are underway to preserve the WTO by reforming it, but none yet have backing from both China and the United States, the two parties whose support is most critical if reforms are to move forward.
It is uncertain whether Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping will reach an agreement at their December 1 meeting that can lead to a ceasefire in the trade war or resolve some bilateral trade issues.
China’s anti-monopoly regulators have been reorganized under a single agency to increase efficiency and reduce bureaucratic overlap.
Three Chinese regulators announced upcoming or recent cyber security inspections.
The US-China Business Council (USCBC) participated in the inaugural China International Import Expo (CIIE), a major Chinese national gathering of senior government officials and global business leaders, as well as representatives from China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) .