Step 1. Find TANNET to assist you with registering your trademark. TANNEThelps to conduct an official search of existing trademarks and their status, both by using the official database and by filing with the CTMO. TANNET is also important because your application must include a Chinese translation. Step 2. Identify the laws which regulate trademark registration between your country and China. Step 3. ...

A trademark is a distinctive sign or indicator used by an individual, business organization, or other legal entity to identify that the products or services to consumers with which the trademark appears originate from a unique source, designated for specific market, and is used to distinguish its products or services from competitors.   Types of ...

China trademark registration are registered through the China Trademark Office. The State Administration of Industry and Commerce is responsible for administering trademarks.   China trademark registration is follows a "first-to-file" rule for obtaining trade mark rights. This means that the first person to file a trade mark application will generally have priority over a prior ...

With USD 39 billion worth of import, China was the second largest importer of chemicals in 2002 after the United States. Conservative estimates based largely on past growth rates show that China is set to overtake the US by the year 2010. The Chinese government is encouraging investment in the industry with various incentives and ...

1. Basic Facts China is the world’s most populous country, with 1.3bn people living on 9.6m sq km of land, stretching from its southern borders in the Himalayas to the deserts of Mongolia in the north, and from the East China Sea through the Yangzi River Valley plains, to the Tibetan Plateau in the western ...

Encouraged Industries 1.Projects for new agricultural technology, comprehensive agricultural development of agriculture, and for energy, transportation and key raw materials ...

Investment in the China market is indeed a national, trade and production is increasing. Many people call China as the world’s factory locations and companies around the world to China to further expand its business. Today, China has attracted foreign investors compared to other developing countries, the largest ...

  Great Wall of China Nowadays, most of entrepreneurs are seeking business opportunities in new market development. Obviously, the revolution of China economic is attracting attention of worldwide entrepreneurs. CIMB Group had stated in 2011Asean-China SME Conference, “China was Malaysia’s largest trading partner since 2010 and Malaysia has been China’s largest ASEAN trading partner since ...