SHANGHAI, Aug. 9, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- One of China's premier intellectual property protection firms, Sinofaith, presented a promising approach to facilitate identification, disruption and dismantling of transnational organized networks behind the intellectual property crimes at the Regional Intellectual Property Crime Conference in Central Asia convened from July 6-7 in Lianyungang City, Jiangsu province.
Sinofaith president Kevin Sun's speech was helping national intellectual property institutions continue to strengthen capacity-building and providing intellectual property users with convenient and efficient, finely-honed services to help them make better use of the intellectual property system.
Sun was representing the Shanghai Free Trade Zone Intellectual Property Right Association, whose 80 member firms are pressing for a better IPR protection system. He noted the importance of determining "how to use the proper mechanisms to encourage companies in the FTZ to improve their application of IPR, and to enhance their competitiveness in foreign trade."
He also highlighted that in recent years, Sinofaith has actively explored, practiced and innovated in the traditional intellectual property services and protection area, using the "Administrative-Criminal law enforcement information sharing platform", the IPRSEE Platform (the Internet intellectual property rights monitoring platform), and the IPRTXT Platform (copyright monitoring and trading system). Therefore, Sinofaith has been commended many times by the industry.
Meanwhile Sinofaith vice president Joann Chan described the growing importance of online markets and their IP problems. She told the participants that what is needed is "a one-stop internet IPR protection solution -- an ecosystem of Internet IPR protection." Sinofaith, she said, offers that solution with its business models of "consultation and execution" and "technique and service".
She explained that Sinofaith provides "one-stop" IP protection and management services for three main types of IP: trademark rights, patent rights and copyrights. Overall, Sinofaith has provided "one-stop" IP protection solutions for over 200 brands both domestic and global.
China recognizes that intellectual property is an important resource for national economic development. So it is acting to help the success of its "The Belt and Road" initiative by taking the lead in enhancing the protection of intellectual property (IP) and intellectual property rights (IPR). Several International conferences on IP protection have been held during the summer, bringing attention to China's growing role in this crucial field.
China's "The Belt and Road" initiative to spur economic development of its Asian hinterland through enhanced international trade, in the spirit of the ancient "Silk Road" commerce with Asia, the Middle East and Europe, is a central priority. The initiative extends the model of the "Silk Road" land route to the increasingly important modern sea routes serving South East Asia.
Shortly after the meeting in Lianyungang City, a "The Belt and Road" meeting on intellectual property was held in Beijing (July 21-22). A closed-door "Belt and Road" intellectual property Roundtable during this meeting was attended by representatives of national intellectual property institutions, with representative of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and the Arab States of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) as observers.
As the largest professional intellectual property services provider in China, Sinofaith has maintained close cooperation with many well-known intellectual property organizations at home and abroad including Interpol and has played a positive role in some major international cooperation projects.
Sinofaith will attend Interpol's (International Criminal Police Organization) upcoming general assembly in September, which will be held in London.
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