10 December 2021PatentsMuireann Bolger

Beijing Olympics prompts clampdown on fakes

China's National Intellectual Property Administration (CNIPA) is running a special IP protection campaign to suppress infringements associated with the  2022 Beijing Winter Olympic Games.

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