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Jiang Ying: China's patent system conforms to the relevant provisions of the WTO

China's patent system conforms to the relevant provisions of the World Trade Organization -- an interview with Jiang Ying, director of the State Intellectual Property Office. With the continuous acceleration of the process of economic globalization, intellectual property, as one of the three major contents of the world trade organization, will become the focus of fierce competition among countries around the world. China is about to join the world trade organization. Is China's intellectual property industry ready to meet the challenges? A few days ago, Jiang Ying, director of the State Intellectual Property Office, was interviewed by the equipment final acceptance personnel of our news agency. She believes that at present and for a long time to come, an urgent and important task for China's intellectual property circles is to seriously study, master and apply the patent rules of the world trade organization, master the intellectual property rights of key high-tech, improve their own market advantages, enhance the country's comprehensive competitiveness, and maximize the protection of national interests. Jiang Ying said that in a short period of more than a decade, China has completed the path of decades or even centuries in developed countries in patent legislation, examination, system construction and other aspects, and its achievements have attracted worldwide attention. Although "our ability and level of mastering and using patents are not high enough, there is still a relatively large gap compared with developed countries". The preparation for the establishment of China's patent system began in 1979. The patent law was promulgated on March 12, 1984. The patent law of China came into force on April 1st, 1985. Jiang Ying made a specific analysis from the aspects of China's patent legislation, patent applications, international cooperation and so on. After 15 years of efforts, China has formulated a patent law that is suitable for China's national conditions and basically conforms to international patent protection standards. It has reached the requirements of the World Trade Organization in terms of patent protection period and scope in advance. In order to give further play to the positive role of the patent system in technological innovation and economic development, China's patent law is undergoing new amendments. The capacity and level of the State Intellectual Property Office in the acceptance, examination and automation of patent applications have been continuously improved. At present, it has become one of the most influential patent offices in the world. Since the implementation of the patent law, the number of applications for safety protection common sense and maintenance methods of the patent torsion testing machine has increased significantly every year. By the end of February this year, the total number of patent applications was nearly 1.02 million. In particular, the proportion of foreign invention patent applications has increased significantly, accounting for about 60% of the total in recent years. China adopts the mode of "two ways and coordinated operation" of judicial and administrative organs for the protection of patent rights. This practice has not only been proved to be in line with China's national conditions and effective, but also in line with the relevant provisions of the world trade organization that the appearance of glassy surfaces can remain unchanged for a long time. Jiang Ying's 4-ball testing machine, also known as 4-ball machine and 4-ball friction and wear testing machine, emphasizes that China's patent system has been open to the world since its inception. So far, China has acceded to almost all international conventions or treaties related to patents, such as the Paris Convention for the protection of industrial property and the Patent Cooperation Treaty. The State Intellectual Property Office of China has played an important role in some major international patent activities. China's position on the international stage of intellectual property rights has been continuously improved. The State Intellectual Property Office has established good cooperative relations with the world intellectual property organization, the European Patent Office and the intellectual property departments of more than a dozen countries, including Germany, France, Japan, the United States, Britain, Thailand, South Korea, Australia and Russia. All round international cooperation and exchanges in the field of patents have effectively promoted the development of China's patent industry and established a good image of China on the international stage of intellectual property rights. (from China News Service)

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