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China to raise fines for trademark infringement

Beijing, Aug 26 China is expected to raise the compensation ceiling for trademark infringement to 3 million yuan — six times the current limit, lawmakers said Monday.

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China to raise fines for trademark infringement

Beijing, Aug 26 China is expected to raise the compensation ceiling for trademark infringement to 3 million yuan — six times the current limit, lawmakers said Monday.

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Year of convictions doesn't end D.C. corruption probes

For the District's government, 2013 began much like 2012 did: The mayor's campaign is under federal investigation, and lawmakers are the subjects of legal scrutiny.

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Critics of Antipiracy Bills Look to Extend Net Protections Abroad

Many of the lawmakers who helped to derail antipiracy legislation by saying it would hamper online innovation want the Obama administration to turn its attention to protecting Internet freedoms abroad.

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Leading Business Intelligence on the Middle East & North Africa

Amman – The Lower House on Tuesday held a general debate of a hike in electricity prices upon a request by 13 lawmakers after the tariff increase stirred up a public outcry.

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US anti-piracy bill loses support

Eight US lawmakers withdraw support for anti-piracy legislation being considered in Congress after "blackout" protests on thousands of websites.

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US groups point out flaws in country’s IPR: report

TWO industry groups in the US identified weaknesses in the country’s intellectual property rights protection as key barriers to trade, noting poor enforcement and judicial system as lawmakers fall behind in ratifying global IPR treaties, reports submitted to the United States Trade Representative office said.

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