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Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Region Strengthens IP Coordinated Development


China has scaled up policy support for the coordinated development and international cooperation on intellectual property (IP) of the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region, said the country’s IP regulator on Thursday.

The region has stepped up efforts on the development of IP creation, application, protection, management, and service, which has significantly optimized the local innovation and business environment, Liang Xinxin, spokesperson for the National Intellectual Property Administration, told a press conference.

In 2023, seven industrial IP operation centers were set up in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region, involving many key industries such as photovoltaic generation, modern chemical engineering, energy Internet, satellite Internet, cybersecurity, and nuclear energy.

The administration has established seven national-level IP protection centers and rapid IP protection centers in the region, providing innovative entities with “one-stop” services integrating rapid pre-examination, rights confirmation, and rights protection.

The centers have accepted 32,900 patent pre-trial cases and 29,300 IP protection cases, Liang noted.

Up to now, 19 technology and innovation support centers have been built in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region.

Liang also highlighted the importance of international IP exchanges and cooperation. Liang said the opening up of the IP service industry in the region will be carried out in an orderly manner and support will be given to Tsinghua University and the WIPO Academy in jointly cultivating high-level international talent with master’s degrees in IP and innovative policies.

An IP data monitoring platform featuring big data and intelligent service systems has been set up in the area, helping realize IP data visualization and informatization.

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