New law requires intent to use for trademark applications and makes significant changes to trademark enforcement
The Standing Committee of the 13th National People’s Congress has recently adopted amendments to China’s Trademark Law. One of the main changes is that it will be possible to reject a trademark application on the basis that it has been filed in bad faith and without an intent to use.
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