On March 23, the Memorandum of Understanding between the State Intellectual Property Office of PRC and Intellectual Property Australia was signed during the period when Premier Li Keqiang visited Australia to continue to strengthen both parties’ cooperation and exchanges in the fields of patent examination, personnel trainings, literature exchanges and public services.

The signing of the MoU further consolidated the friendly dialogue, exchanges and cooperation in the fields of IPR between China and Australia. It would be conducive to building positive IPR environments for cordial exchanges in the fields of economy, science and culture between two countries.

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