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John F. Mahon is the first John M. Murphy Chair of International Business Policy and Strategy and Professor of Management at the Maine Business School, University of Maine. Prior to Maine, Professor Mahon held the position of Professor of Strategy and Policy and Chair of the Strategy and Policy Department at the School of Management at Boston University. He received his D.B.A from Boston University, his M.B.A. from Bryant College (with honors), and his B. S. in Economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He has authored or co-authored over 120 articles, monographs and book chapters, two books ...
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
Google Says China Partially Blocks Search Service - Information Policy
BEIJING — A Google search feature was blocked in China on Thursday, the company said as it awaited Beijing's decision on whether to renew its operating license amid tensions over censorship. Mainland users were unable to use the search giant's "suggest" feature, which offers possible results as they start to type a query, the company said. "It appears that search queries produced by Google Suggest are being blocked for mainland users in China," said Google spokeswoman Jessica Powell in an e-mail. "Normal searches that do not use query suggestions are unaffected." Google's relations ... market research, surveys and trends
Trademark Registration Appeals in China - Sabrina168's blog
This article looks at the rules to follow when filing appeals in trademark prosecution actions in China. It looks at practical steps for filing appeals to the TRAB and to a court. Trademark Appeals in China Trademark appeals in China include the following three types: appeals of objections, appeals of oppositions and appeals of cancellations. Once the application is rejected by China Trademark Office (CTO) or dissatisfied the decision of the opposition, or dissatisfied the decision of the cancellation, the interested party may, within 15 days from receipt of the Notification of Refusal or the Decision on Opposition of Trademark ... market research, surveys and trends

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As U.S. Cities Waver on Plastic Bag Tax, China's Bag Ban Saved 1.6 ...
cut the use of 40 billion bags, reduced plastic bag usage by 66 percent and saved China 1.6 million tons of petroleum, according to recent government estimates, Worldwatch reports . In a byzantine federal-local system in which officials often flaunt national environmental policies, China's bag policy is widely considered to be a shining example of the powerful, positive effects Beijing can have over the environment when it chooses to. Last week, as the U.N. Environment Program's chief called for a global ban on plastic bag production, Washington, D.C. , approved a bag tax. But Baltimore backed out on a bag fee, and a ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
China Reports 66-Percent Drop in Plastic Bag Use | Worldwatch ...
A strict Chinese limit on ultra-thin plastic bags significantly reduced bag-related pollution nationwide during the past year. The country avoided the use of 40 billion bags, according to government estimates. Plastic bags are commonly found in waterways, on beaches, and in other "unofficial" dumping sites across China. Litter caused by the notorious bags has been referred to as "white pollution." The State Council, China's parliament, responded in January 2008 by prohibiting shops, supermarkets, and sales outlets from providing free plastic bags that are less than 0.025 millimeters thick. The State Administration of ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Google says China partially blocks search service
BEIJING — A Google search feature was blocked in China on Thursday, the company said as it awaited Beijing's decision on whether to renew its operating license amid tensions over censorship. Mainland users were unable to use the search giant's "suggest" feature, which offers possible results as they start to type a query, the company said. "It appears that search queries produced by Google Suggest are being blocked for mainland users in China," said Google spokeswoman Jessica Powell in an e-mail. "Normal searches that do not use query suggestions are unaffected." Google's ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
PRESS DIGEST - China - July 2
July 2 (Reuters) - Chinese newspapers available in Beijing and Shanghai carried the following stories on Friday. Reuters has not checked the stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. CHINA SECURITIES JOURNAL -- Chinese regulators will finish compiling rules and standards for charging stations for electric vehicles before the end of the year, said an unnamed official at the energy bureau of the National Development and Reform Commission, the country's top economic planner. -- Combined revenue at China's top 20 property developers rose 25.8 percent to 262.6 billion yuan ($38.73 billion) in the first half of the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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China IPR News for US Industry - China IPR News for US Industry ...
Jun 13, 2008 ... Counterfeit Cisco Modules Seized in Beijing: In Beijing, the Haidian District branch of the. Administration of Industry and Commerce joined ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Protecting Your Intellectual Property Rights in China
In 1999, more than 80 percent of all US firms that exported to China were comprised of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs), generating more than a quarter of US exports to China. As China’s WTO accession promises greater market access and a more predictable commercial environment, new entrants will be encouraged to enter China’s market. Though companies are finding commercial opportunities in China, there are many potential pitfalls companies should be aware of, including issues related to the protection of intellectual property. This guide, prepared by the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Temple Law School - Masters in Law Beijing China Tuition and ...
The cost of education at Temple University School of Law is very reasonable considering the high quality of education and the potential benefits to your career. The law school reserves the right to change tuition and fees in any given year without notice. The tuition for the 2009 entering class is listed below. Tuition and fees for the entire program: RMB 145,000 yuan .   Payment of Fees A student is not registered until the applicable tuition is paid and processed by the accounting office of Tsinghua law school. For the Beijing LLM program, students must pay the tuition in two installments: the first installment (no ...
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Google Answers: China TV Broadcasters corporate financials ...
Please give a list of five to ten television broadcasting companies in China (Mainland and HK/Macau) which publish corporate financial information such as annual reports. Please give relevant links to the information. I am particularly interested in advertising revenues and cost structures. - The reports themselves do not have to be in English, but if possible give English descriptions of what you link to. - ANSWER WITHIN FOUR HOURS AND GET A 100% TIP! Hello hypertokyo2-ga, It is difficult to find financial information about some of the most important players in the Chinese TV industry and it?s even more difficult to find out ...
China Company to Sue Google Over Name
A Chinese company is suing Google's China subsidiary for copying its name, saying the U.S. search engine's registered Chinese name is too similar to its own and has harmed its operations. A spokesman for Beijing Guge Science and Technology Ltd. Co. said Google's commercial name had led to the company being constantly disturbed by people calling up its office trying to contact the search engine. "We just want Google to change their commercial name," Tian Yunshan, a company official, told Reuters on Friday. "We have already passed our demands on to Google ... We will see what happens in court." China Company to Sue ...