As mentioned in my previous post, China looks to be taking another leap forward in innovation, recently overtaking other countries – including the United States – for the largest number of applications received by any single IP office (652,777), according to the World Intellectual Property Indicators 2013.
Consequently, the demand for patent translations to and from Traditional Chinese (Taiwan) and Simplified Chinese (China) continues to grow as well. This presents unique challenges when filing and protecting intellectual property in mainland China and Taiwan. Adam Bigelow, who serves as the director of MultiLing’s Asia region, shared with me some of these when we sat down together last month:
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