Seminar on intellectual property opens Mainland China to Portuguese-Speaking Countries

The Seminar on the Protection of Intellectual Property Rights for Macao and Portuguese-speaking Countries in Mainland China took place yesterday at the Center for Business Support of Macao.

The Macau Trade and Investment Promotion Institute (IPIM) says the event attracted more than 60 businessmen and representatives.

An analysis of business cases allowed speakers to show ways to protect patents and trademarks registered in Mainland China, the patent application process and developments in protection of patents.

The seminar sought to help Macao and Portuguese-speaking companies to gain access to the vast Chinese market, says IPIM Executive Director Glória Batalha Ung.