In recent years, Sino-U.S. trade-related disputes over protection of intellectual property rights have raised concerns about China's intention to enforce its intellectual property laws. In order to gain a reasonable view on this issue, this article focuses on Chinese basic policies to enforce intellectual property laws and on some important new developments. Part I presents a discussion of China's constitutional principles for the protection of intellectual property rights. Part II and III describe China's Customs Regulation and judicial enforcement of intellectual property laws.
"Intellectual Property Law in China: Basic Policy and New Developments,"
Annual Survey of International & Comparative Law:
1, Article 3.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.law.ggu.edu/annlsurvey/vol4/iss1/3