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UPDATED: 17:24, April 20, 2005
China's first IPR park speeds up industrialization
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Located within the Yangpu district, China's first intellectual property rights park - the Shanghai IPR Park (consisting of three elements: patent, trademark and copyright) marked its first anniversary on April 19. To celebrate the occasion, the park launched a week-long activity starting on April 19 with the theme of intellectual property rights.

According to sources, 90 percent of the headquarter building of the Shanghai IPR Park is being used. Recently eight service platforms including the Shanghai IPR Trading Center, the Copyright Trading center and the Finance Training Center of the China Development Bank have been unveiled at the park.

Jiang Zhuoqing, Chief Executive of the Yangpu district, said they would strive to turn the Shanghai IPR Park into an influential technological transfer and incubation platform in China, which could radiate throughout the entire Yangtze River Delta.

By People's Daily Online

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