China’s IPR protection system is developing rapidly


China has made remarkable progress in protecting intellectual property rights in recent years, a forum said on Friday.

Shanghai rose from 35th place in 2013 to 12th place of the 100 main science and technology hubs in the 2021 Global Innovation Index published by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).

It has been on the rise for nine consecutive years.

China’s intellectual property rights law and regulatory system and protection system have steadily improved in recent years with increased protection efforts, said Gao Yan, head of the China Council for the Protection of Human Rights. promotion of international trade.

Gao was speaking at the side session on Protecting Intellectual Property and Optimizing the Business Environment.

Awareness of IPR protection has also been dramatically increased, Gao said.

Last year, China’s copyright ownership registration stood at over 5.03 million, and the added value of the country’s copyright industry exceeded 7.3 trillion. yuan ($ 1.14 trillion) in 2019, accounting for 7.39% of GDP.

“China’s IPR protection system has developed rapidly over the past 40 years,” said Han Xiucheng, former director and researcher of the Intellectual Property Development Research Center of the State Intellectual Property Administration. from China, during the forum.

“IPR protection stimulates and guarantees high-level innovation and high-quality development,” Han said.

“Strict protection and innovation of IPRs and creation of a supreme business environment will boost the innovation vitality of social subjects, thereby strengthening the core competitiveness of the nation.”

The implementation of the innovation-driven development strategy became the theme of the time.

Innovative development needs a healthy business environment which requires institutional support and legal guarantees for the protection of intellectual property, the experts said.

The forum focused on China’s efforts and achievements in improving intellectual property protection and optimizing the business environment, enhancing the confidence of enterprises of various countries in trade cooperation and investment with China. This reflects China’s responsibility as a great country to create a fair, transparent and open business environment.

Copyright on the Internet was a hot topic.

“Great strides have been made in this area in China,” said Gong Yu, founder and CEO of iQIYI. “The membership service has become the biggest source of revenue for the online video streaming industry.

“Short video platforms were once hotbeds of piracy and IPR infringement, and the situation has improved thanks to the combined efforts of authorities and businesses. “

IQIYI averaged over 12,000 pieces of piracy and IPR infringement per day, and 75% were from short video platforms when a popular drama was shown on the platform in February.

The figure fell to 11,000 after the recent showing of three episodes of a popular reality show, and the percentage of short video platforms had fallen to around 30%.

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