Compare and analyse China against France on how IP is adopted to protect ICT innovation & entrepreneurship, from legal perspective

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COMP1B03 Innovation and Entrepreneurship: The Rise of the ICT Industry in China

Individual Literature Review

3.From Intellectual Property (IP) Protection and legal Perspective

Compare and analyse China against another country / region (including Taiwan, but excluding Hong Kong & Macau) on how IP is adopted to protect ICT innovation & entrepreneurship, from legal perspective.

Date of submission 20/3/2014


This review explore the current intellectual law in China that how to adopt to protect the ICT innovation and entrepreneurship. First we will review the background information to analysis the cause of the intellectual in China. Then we will analysis how current intellectual law in China to protect the innovation and entrepreneurship.

After a clear understanding of the law protection, we will analysis what is the inadequate of those law in China. And last we will discuss what can China learn from France, which is the highly valued the intellectual property in the world, that how their experience of protect Intellectual Property can China learn to adopt the innovation of ICT and entrepreneurship.



2.1 Background information related to China

2.2The current IP protection policy in China

3. The current problem in China

4.What China can learn from France



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IP: Intellectual property

the Quality Brands Protection Committee :OBPC

the United States Trade Representative : USTR


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