White Papers of the Chinese Government (2005-2008)

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Table of Contents
Regional Autonomy for Ethnic Minorities in China (February 2005) 
China's Progress in Human Rights in 2004 (April 2005) 
New Progress in China's Protection of Intellectual 
Property Rights (April 2005) 
Gender Equality and Women's Development in China (August 2005) 
China's Endeavors for Arms Control, Disarmament and 
Non-Proliferation (September 2005) 
Building of Political Democracy in China (October 2005) 
China's Peaceful Development Road (December 2005) 
Environmental Protection in China (1996-2005) (June 2006)
China's Space Activities in 2006 (October 2006) 
The Development of China's Undertakings for 
the Aged (December 2006) 
China's National Defense in 2006 (December 2006) 
The Quality and Safety of Food in China (August 2007) 
China's Political Party System (November 2007) 
China's Energy Conditions and Policies (December 2007) 
China's Efforts and Achievements in Promoting 
the Rule of Law (February 2008) 
Status Quo of Drug Supervision in China (July 2008) 
Protection and Development of Tibetan Culture (September 2008) 
China's Policies and Actions for Addressing 
Climate Change (October 2008)
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To correctly apply laws and make law enforcement standards coherent,and based on its experience in handling IPR-related cases, the Supreme People's Court of China has formulated a series of relevant judicial interpretationsin accordance with the law, and improved a series of important IPR-related law application principles, which have played an important role in the timely settle-ment of new problems emerging from the handling of IPR-related cases and in guiding the correct handling of IPR-related cases by the people's courts at all levels. For example, the "Several Provisions on Law Application for Stopping Patent Infringement before Litigation" promulgated by the Supreme People's Court in June 2001 provided judicial measures for stopping fight infringements and effectively preventing more losses on the part of proprietors. The "Interpretation of Several Issues Regarding Specific Law Application in Handling Cases of Illegal Publications" promulgated by the Supreme People's Court in December 1998 defined the standards of condemnation and penalty for criminal offences of copyright infringement. The "Interpretation of Several Issues Regarding Specific Law Application in Handling Criminal Cases of Intellectual Property Rights Infringement" jointly promulgated by the Supreme People's Court and the Supreme People's Procuratorate in December 2004 properly reduced the condemnation standards for the crimes of IPR infringement strictly in accordance with the provisions of the "Criminal Law" and in light of China's actual conditions and judicial reality, increased the applicability of the relevant provisions of the "Criminal Law," and provided a concrete applicable legal basis for handling criminal cases of IPR infringement, and was thus of great significance for effectively cracking down on crimes of IPR infringement. 
The Chinese courts put special emphasis on the professional training of IPR judges. After many years of judicial practice and systematic training, acontingent has been formed of highly competent IPR judges who speak foreign languages, and have an intimate knowledge of the law, rich judicial experience and expertise in science and technology. Relatively complete IPR-related judicial departments have been gradually established, providing a strong personnel and organizational guarantee for effective IPR-related judicial work.
White Papers of the Chinese Government (2005-2008)