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Factsheet on Intellectual Property and Trade Events in China

Participating in trade fairs, exhibitions and missions can be an effective way to access the Chinese market. However, trade events can also expose businesses to risks.

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The business factsheet on Intellectual Property and Trade Events in China, first published in 2013, has been withdrawn. The information contained within it has been updated and incorporated into our Intellectual Property in China factsheet.

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Factsheet on Intellectual Property and Trade Events in China

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Participating in trade fairs, exhibitions and missions can be an effective way to access the Chinese market. However, trade events can also expose businesses to risks. British companies traveling to China for trade missions should take precautions to protect their intellectual property (IP) and familiarise themselves with mechanisms to take action against infringing companies and individuals.

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Published 30 September 2013