Foreign media: Sino US intellectual property rights gap narrowed, trade war can not be stopped

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 Foreign media: Sino US intellectual property rights gap narrowed, trade war can not be stopped


According to the Reuters reported in April 13th, China has been jumping forward in several fields, and the predictions of how long it will take to bridge the technical gap are different, but some patent experts say it will be possible in the near future. In accordance with the number of scientists in China every year, China will eventually catch up, no matter what the United States does, said DavidShen, the Chinese intellectual property manager of the law firm, an international law firm. Intellectual property lawyers now believe that, in fact, China has earlier promised to protect foreign intellectual property rights, reflecting the main innovator status in the areas of mobile communications and online payment, as well as the confidence in the ability to catch up in other areas. According to the report, China took the place of Japan in the last year to become the worlds second College of interest rights. According to the world intellectual property organization, the number of patent applications in China has increased by 13.4%. If such growth is maintained, there will be a little more time to go beyond the United States. The foundation is likely to be further enhanced. China is now using 2.1% of GDP in R & D, although it is less than 2.75% in the United States, but it is a lot higher than the 0.7% in 1990s and is close to 2.35% of the average level of the OECD. According to world bank data, China has 1177 R & D personnel per million population, three times that of 1990s, and is consistent with global averages. The United States has 4321 per million people, but Chinas population is four times that of the United States. This advantage is offset by the United States, and the number of Chinese researchers will be more and more. If you look for 5-10 years, youll see a more equitable competitive environment for innovation, especially online platforms, digital innovation, machine learning and artificial intelligence, said Richard Tyce Layton, the Morgan Asset Management Co Asian emerging market investor who manages $80 billion assets, says online payment is the most important. In a clear example, China is already ahead of the United States in this area; in major cities in China, mobile phones have become almost completely replaced by credit cards, but many Americans are still using checks. But intellectual property experts say the number of patents does not represent everything, and in the fields of semiconductors, robots and biotechnology, China will still take a while to catch up. The work done in some big businesses is very successful, but its not particularly innovative in other areas, but I dont think they will spend a lot of time, said Gabriella Kennedy, Asian Intellectual Property Manager at MayerBrownJSM. Lawyers say that if the United States wants to postpone Chinas technological progress, it may consider measures to further restrict the scope of us enterprises to authorize products to Chinese enterprises and to expand the scope of the definition of business secrets. But they also warned that more stringent regulations could be counterproductive, as companies could try to bypass the rules, including the establishment of entities in non - U.S. jurisdictions to maintain access to the vast Chinese market. If the US government really takes extreme measures to let us businesses open its IP in China, it may also hurt American companies, said a Gao Weishen lawyer partner. This article source: Reference News Net editor: Zhao Yaping _NN9005