The China Trademark Association (CTA) held its annual Trademark Festival in the last week, with domestic and international representatives attending in their thousands. We spoke with various attendees about their observations and highlights from the event, including the positive development that the CTA has welcomed its first foreign member, and the more curious news that counterfeit products were spotted in the exhibition hall.

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