China enjoying display copyright and patents on two levels discriminates against foreign companies, says the inventor
billionaire inventor Sir James Dyson has warned China that may be expelled from the World Trade Organization (WTO) on copyright violations, including his inventions known scams.
Dyson, a member of the Advisory Group's business first, issued the warning that the leaders of the company he founded are willing to express their concerns this week in an intellectual property (IP ) symposium sponsored by the Chinese and British governments and the involvement of Baroness Wilcox, Minister of intellectual property. Wilcox said the company was "aware" of their concerns.
The inventor of the vacuum cleaner of the same name and the sheet of hand dryer, said the reputation of China to foreign investors is diminished by the absence of copyright and the product two levels of a patent that appears to discriminate against non-Chinese applications.
Dyson said the decline was driven home by differences in the bureaucratic process of patent applications. Dyson said that the demands of China in less than a year, then it can take up to five years for a foreign company. "Under WTO rules, each country is supposed to treat foreign patent applications with the same speed as local applications. But they will the implementation of China in the months and five years to make our own" . He added: "If we have someone to copy our products in China, is not entitled to our passage this patent has not created equal .."
addition to his day job, Dyson has become one of the most passionate advocates of political support for the design and manufacture in the UK. Last month, urged the business of technology and manufacturing to provide senior management positions for engineers, reflecting its position in academia, at the launch of a chair of £ 1.4 million to the University of Cambridge. Ironically, a country that rewards regular senior political engineers is China.
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