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Remarks on the proposed Fourth Amendment to the Patent Law of China

Youhua Liu

Keywords: patent law; China; law reform

Since 2012, the Chinese State Intellectual Property Office has been working towards a revision of China's patent law – the so-called fourth amendment. The fourth amendment deals with standard essential patents, government enforcement, notice and remove requirements and design patents. This discussion considers the changes in the current draft of the proposed amendment and the criticisms it has faced.

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