In an attempt to further enhance the investment environment in general, and the protection of intellectual property rights in specific, in January 1988 China promulgated two sets of detailed implementing rules under the Trademark Law and the Regulations on the Administration of Technology Import Contracts. This article will analyze these two developments in an effort to assess how they promote China's stated policy of using advanced technology to spur economic development and thus aid in its modernization efforts.
Silk, Mitchell A.
"Recent efforts in China's Drive to Promote Investment Through the Protection of Intellectual Property Rights: The 1988 Trademark Rules and the 1988 Technology Import Contract Rules,"
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