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Following an amendment in 2013, China’s trademark opposition procedure has made it cheaper and quicker to register marks in the country, say Lynn Wang of Peksung Intellectual Property Group and Catherine Wang of Dayup Intellectual Property, who discuss the value of the current system.
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