Yin Xintian, spokesperson from the State Intellectual Property Office of China, has disclosed that China's intellectual property rights strategy has taken shape and it will be completely finished in the first half of this year.

China began to work on IPRS in July 2005 when the State Council set up a special work team. At present, its IPRS consists of one compendium and 20 special subjects, covering strengthening IPR protection, improving the IPR protection system, enlarging the law enforcement of IPR protection, enforcing the training of IPR talent and increasing society's awareness of IPR protection.

Yin said that the work on the 20 special subjects had been basically completed and they would be reviewed by an expert team before the Spring Festival holiday.


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