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China and Your Intellectual Property Risk

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As manufacturers continue to make investments overseas and integrate a global supply chain, intellectual property theft will remain a common issue. There is a significant increase in lawsuits in China for IP infringement.  Over 15,000 lawsuits, up over 200% since 2003, are now active.   China has made investments to improve the infrastructure within the Chinese judiciary system to handle this new surge in activity.  However, the main beneficiary in this splurge continues to be Chinese lawyers, allowing a significant potential for continued corruption.

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The risks of intellectual property theft and counterfeiting have not stopped manufacturers from flocking to China in order to gain the benefits of the workforce and its low wages.  As organizations continue to make these decisions, they will be forced to mitigate the IP theft risk.  

So, how can we mitigate this IP theft risk?

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4 insight , 7 debates , 3 idea contests on topic: "China and Your Intellectual Property Risk"
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By : Isha Verma
Rohit Thakur  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  3 years ago
Item for daily usage and with less importance can be used from china. I mean no need to avoid such cheap material!
sudhakar  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  3 years ago
What Chinese is adopting is nothing but the Economic Term Called DUMPING.(I.E) SELLING OF GOODS AT A VERY LOW PRICE IN THE FOREIGN MARKETS THE BEST EXAMPLE I CAN QUOTE IS A VERY IMPORTANT HEALTH PRODUCT CALLED PARACETAMOL POWDER WHICH IS ESSENTIAL...
Isha Verma  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  4 years ago
I really don't think we can avoid the "Made in china" thing, literally everything comes from China, that is how much the world is depended today on china, and even the world market and its sensex is dependent on China for that matter. Even with...
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1 By starting a trade secret management system
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JAI PRAKASH TIWARI  |  Supported idea  " By starting a trade secret management system"  |  4 years ago
YES I DO AGREE WITH THE IDEA SUGGESTED BY MR. RAMESH KANDADAI . J P TIWARI
puneet  |  Supported idea  " By starting a trade secret management system"  |  4 years ago
good thought mridula, by this way it can help to keep ip safe up to a limit.
RAMESH KANDADAI  |  Supported idea  " By starting a trade secret management system"  |  4 years ago
A global forum for the rregistration of IPR, copyrights, trademarks, patents and trade secrets is long overdue. It is the only way.  Such a forum can easily be put up. The question is the usual one on things that are global - how does one enforce...
 
 
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Nilesh Pawar  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  3 years ago
No. Once you adopt open market policy then you cant say any one is killing you. It is giving good competition and it will benefit the consumers. We need to live up to competition from any one.
S. Muralidharan  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  3 years ago
Its a fair play vs. unethical practices. India believes in ethical enterprise, therefore, this state of affairs. We are sure to reap long-term benefits. Chinese believe in under-valuing their currencies and large volume production in catering to...
VA  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  4 years ago
Why do you think Chinese companies are getting successful? First of all they are proud to be Chinese. How many Indians are proud of being Indian? Chinese think the entire world is their market; not just China! The Chinese government offers a lot...
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by motivating the employees 
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Mridula Maity  |  Argues in support of  "by motivating the employees"  |  4 years ago
Of course it is employee motivation which will increase the productive. Whatever may be the technology we need employees to work for us. If you are not motivating them you will not get good productivity even with the best technology.  So employee...
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jaideep khanduja  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  4 years ago
no we don't avoid eye testing
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ANOOP BHARTI  |  Added idea  "social reforms"  |  4 years ago
engaging youth in social works during the course of education,making them feel the environment beyond brands and girls,giving them true touch of India ,so that they become good citigens.Based on the fact that the only necessary thing for triumph...
 
 
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Considering the history of China, we can find various contributions to the engineering and technological affluence in the country. Many Earlier inventions such as Abcus, Compass, Gunpowder, Printing, Kites, Kongming Lanterns and many more were first invented by the Chinese. Ever since, the formation of People’s Republic of China in the year 1949, there is a huge development in the country’s engineering and technological resources. In China we find many proficient experts in engineering in different range of disciplines. These professionals have enhanced the economies of both domestic and international. Today we can find all the major organizations and their plants in China and the developme...
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Binu Paul  |  Commented  |  4 years ago
Not only the problem with Indian products quality, but the price. We have quality products like textiles, but the cost is high. We will have to make cheap and best products to compet with china.
 
 
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Nilesh Pawar  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  3 years ago
Yes, provided it is of good quality & fulfills the security norms laid down by the authorities.
atiya anjum  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  4 years ago
chinese phone are good for college students but not for professionals, after all quality matters alot
Rakesh Mohapatra  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  5 years ago
I will go with Chinese phones with great features more than the branded one at half the price. Features like great stereophonic sound,in built antenna for radio and wireless TV, multi speakers etc etc are not seen in branded ones...
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pgpanikkar  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  4 years ago
Why do you want to give your neck under the armpits of Chinese?They are the most non trust worthy people on Earth.
Tapan Kumar Chattopadhyay  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  5 years ago
I support import of technical goods from China as they are quality conscious,comparatively cheap and very good. But the catch is that one has to devote lot of time and energy to locate the right source.Once you have done it you will hit the...
Prakash Saitwal  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  5 years ago
In my opinion, it is not worth, even thinking to outsource manufacturing to China. 1. To brain-storm on this, just think, why China is able to dump goods, at such a low cost. China has no sustainable labour welfae policies, no safety policies ,...
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China has seen unprecedented growth in the manufacturing of consumer goods in the last decade. It is not really hard to fathom the reason behind this boom. The unending supply of human resource and its relatively poor domestic economy make Chinese labor cheap. Statics show that the Chinese were contributing only 3% to the world manufacturing in 1995, which has skyrocketed to an impressive 11% by 2005. With a growth rate of 20% and the competition at the national manufacturing sector level, the China product development is escalating at a rate unimaginable to any other nation. Currently the Chinese have huge production plants mainly in the telecommunication and computing related products and...
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