The China Copyright Protection Center has inked a strategic cooperation deal with the government of the Dongcheng District, Beijing, to set up an International Copyright Trade Center.
Supported by the National Copyright Administration and the Beijing municipal government, the new center is expected to cater to the rapid development of the nation's cultural and creative industries and strengthen the protection of intellectual property rights.
The center will encompass government departments, industry associations and agents that are engaged in the copyright business, offering one-stop services like registration, display, trade, etc.
It is reported that 10 copyright experts have been invited to be members of the expert consultant committee to facilitate the construction.
For more details, please read the full story in Chinese (http://www.bbtnews.com.cn/political/channel/political36271.shtml).
(China.org.cn January 9, 2008)