Chinese Courts and Rulings
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During a recent webinar, a group of legal experts discussed the latest developments in intellectual property (IP) law and practice in China, including in the areas of patents, trademarks, trade secrets and antitrust.
Network service providers (NSP) will jointly bear the punitive compensation liability in some intellectual property infringing cases, Beijing High People's Court said recently. It also set forth more specific rules on the calculation of punitive damages.
China's market regulator recently issued the 2021 Report on Antitrust Enforcement in China, highlighting that the monopolistic practice of "choose one between two" has basically terminated, and the market competition order has improved significantly.
Recently, China's Customs announced that it would suspend imports of cloven-hoofed animals and related products from Indonesia due to foot-and-month disease, and impose certain sanitary requirements on containers and cargos from some African countries.