The American Chamber of Commerce in China surveyed 314 representatives of its member companies. According to a survey conducted from November 13 to December 16, many foreign companies noted an improvement in intellectual property protection in China. The share of such respondents was 59%. At the same time, the number of firms that noted an improvement in the protection of rights to trademarks and brands in 2016-2018 increased. About half of the survey participants from the industrial, technology and resource sectors declared their intention to invest in China, if they see that intellectual property protection has become more effective in this country.
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