China's Ministry of Commerce, State Office of Intellectual Property Protection and National Office of Rectification and Standardization of Market Economic Order have jointly released the China IPR Protection Plan 2008.

The plan, which sets a general outline for China's national IPR protection work, says that China will take 280 concrete measures on foreign trade-related intellectual property management and dispute resolutions to offer support to Chinese enterprises when their rights are harmed in foreign markets.

In addition, it revises and formulates 24 rules related to trademarks, copyrights, patents, and custom IPR protection, and promotes work on new legislation, law enforcement, international exchange and cooperation.

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