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PRC unfair competition law
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On 30 December 2006, over a decade after the Anti-Unfair Competition Law ("UCL") was promulgated, The Supreme Peoples Court issued its judicial interpretation on the application of the law in civil unfair competition cases (the "Interpretation"). The Interpretation became effective on 1 February 2007 and provides the first detailed explanation of the UCL since it came into effect in 1993. The main thrust of the Interpretation is to clarify the scope of Article 5(2) of the UCL, which prohibits the unauthorized use of the trade name, packaging or trade dress of a well-known product and Article 10, regarding the protection of ...
Article 1 This Law is formulated in order to further open up to the outside world， develop foreign trade， maintain order in foreign trade activities， protect the lawful rights and interests of foreign trade operators， and promote the healthy development of the socialist market economy. Article 2 This Law shall apply to foreign trade and the protection of intellectual property rights related to foreign trade. For the purposes of this Law， the term “foreign trade” shall refer to the import and export of goods and technology and trade in international services. Article 3 The State ... Read More
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