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Chinese IPR Crackdown
On 19 October 2010, the State Council announced a new national campaign to crack down on counterfeit products and IPR infringements. This new campaign started at the end of October and will continue for six months.
China
11 Jan 2011
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Product Liability in the People’s Republic of China
Product quality, after-sales service and product liability concerns have been receiving increased attention in the PRC. High profile cases, such as the recent milk scandal involving Sanlu, have highlighted product liability concerns and put pressure on national and local authorities to enact legislation and streamline administrative proceedings. PRC consumers are becoming increasingly aware of their legal rights and are willing to enforce them, if necessary, through court proceedings. Generally
China
18 May 2010
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Implementing Rules on the PRC Food Safety Law
The Implementing Rules on the PRC Food Safety Law ("Food Safety Rules") became effective on 20 July 2009, the date of their promulgation by the PRC State Council.
China
25 Dec 2009
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