Thursday, April 05, 2007

China About to Publicise 'Important' IPR Cases

Xinhua reports via People's Daily Online that envoys of foreign governments and representatives of international organizations will be allowed to attend IPR trials if they wish, said Jiang Zengwei of the State Office of Intellectual Property Protection (SIPO), quoting an action plan.

More important could be the following:
"The country will publicize important trial information through the media, according to the plan released on Monday."

What is important is rather subjective. Transparency would only be served if the ruling with adequate motivations of every single IPR case were made available through the internet, as many countries allready do.

Read the People's Daily Online article here.

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