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t 20, 2018, have been equipped with modules of the specification model NEV-P102, which has no safety hazards, the company said.
上海千花坊senior lawyer said he is “very optimistic” about the future of China’s business environ
ment, as the country is determined to develop an advanced intellectual property protection legal regime.
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ing partner of Zhao Sheng Law Firm. The office is the British law firm Linklaters’ joint operating partner in China.
Despite the uncertaint女神会所y caused by the trade conflict, which has put investment and consumption on hold, Liu said he beli
eves “China will continue opening its economy up to international trade and cross-border inbound and outbound direct investment.”
“China has become increasingly innovative, and is determined to develop an advanced legal regime for
IP protectio上海千花坊女神会所n, and new protection mechanisms have already taken shape in the country,” he said in a written reply.
He believes China will step up its efforts in protecting the int
ellectual property rights of foreign investors, following the promulgation of the Foreign Investment Law.
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ade dynamics between China and the US, we still believe in the potential and vitality of trade and investment markets.”
Fo上海千花坊女神会所r instance, Chinese companies are driven to catch up on merge and acquisiti
on deals for safety reasons or commercial reasons, and they are still very active in terms of outbound deals, he said.
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The Marauder’s map in the Harry Potter books has been the i
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