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China has its own laws and rules relating to trademarks, different from those of the United States. Failure to note the discrepancies might result in trouble or losses. We have been working for domestic and international companies as trademark practitioners for many years and have noted some common pitfalls often overlooked by U.S. companies. In this article, we have summarized some practical tips for U.S. companies so that they can gain more and suffer less in the trademark arena of China.
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