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The Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Working Group represents a range of European interests in the intellectual property regulatory framework and IPR enforcement in China. Around half of the Working Group’s 200 plus members are from outside the professional services industry, for example, high-end consumer product industries, whereas the remaining members are from legal and consulting firms. Over the last 10 years, the IPR Working Group has witnessed China’s efforts to curb the dramatic increase of IPR violations that affect its economic order, its innovative capacity and the rights of its consumers. The IPR Working Group, which serves as a bridge between Chinese governmental agencies and judicial officials and European businesses, continually offers its assistance and support via suggestions and recommendations aimed at improving the efficiency and effectiveness of China’s IPR protection efforts.

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