China’s Impact on Manufacturing Exports of Other Developing Nations
This paper brings to light the waning strength of China’s labor-intensive export manufacturing and its impact on manufacturing activity in other... Read More »
Olympus snaps up office space in south-east business park
September 22, 2012 By Philip Hopkins The Age
A NEW lease to Olympus at Ferntree Business Park is the latest in a string of... Read More »
Swedish consultancy Kairos Future and its China lab have mined a Chinese database of invention patents for insights on the evolution of China’s R&D landscape.
By providing your email address... Read More »
Patterson City Council set to OK industrial park expansion
Sunday, Aug. 19, 2012 As posted online in The Modesto Bee By Patty Guerra firstname.lastname@example.org
PATTERSON — City Council members Tuesday night are set to... Read More »
Total sales from CTSP firms to pass NT$300 billion by end of 2012: chief
Wednesday, August 1, 2012 0:41 am TWN, The China Post news staff
The China Post news... Read More »
BioMed Realty Trust announces acquisition of Granta Science Park in Cambridge, UK for £127 mln (EUR 158 mln)
Biomed Realty To Acquire Granta Park In Cambridge, UK For 126.8 Million Pounds Sterling
Premier life science research park includes eleven buildings encompassing 472,200 square feet
SAN DIEGO, June... Read More »
From King & Wood Mallesons Trademark Group China Marches Toward Third Revision of Trademark Law
by Yang Hua, Connie Zhuang and Xiao Yuexin
On September 2, 2011, the Legislative Affairs Office... Read More »
GBP’s take: For those not able to attend the meeting there are very good summaries of the sessions here: http://www.weforum.org/events/world-economic-forum-africa-2012
For example, the summary on Africa’s Investment Heatmap has a concise... Read More »
Adimmune Corp., a Taiwanese vaccine manufacturer, could be listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange in March at the earliest, a company official said Monday.
Adimmune Chairman Chan Chi-shean made the... Read More »
(Reuters) – Gilead Sciences Inc struck a deal to buy Pharmasset Inc for about $11 billion in a huge bet on hepatitis C treatments to diversify its portfolio.
Gilead, the... Read More »
Protecting Life Sciences IP in China: Innovation, Legal Change, and Business Strategy | Asia Society
Protecting Life Sciences IP in China: Innovation, Legal Change, and Business Strategy | Asia Society.
November 7, 2011 – 12:30pm – 5:30pm
Genetech Auditorium, UCSF Mission Bay, 600 16th Street,... Read More »
China’s patent laws require remuneration be paid to employees who create patentable inventions during the course of employment
King and Wood PRC Lawyers has published their September 2011 China Bulletin. Of interest to those doing more than manufacturing in China, King and Wood has an article describing... Read More »