Taiwan’s National Palace Museum faces unique obstacles to trademark protection in China
Given the political sensitivities surrounding the relationship between China and Taiwan, certain cross-strait trademark applications are fraught with controversy. Media reports have pointed to the recent rejection of a National Palace Museum trademark in China as the latest example. But a museum representative tells World Trademark Review that the issues in this case are more legal than political.
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