大发彩神app苹果版下载China arrests 5,600 for IPR infringement in 2018
BEIJING, April 28 (Xinhua) -- Over 5,800 people in some 3,80 cases were arrested for intellectual property rights (IPR) infringement in 2018, as part of China's heightened IPR protection measures, said the country's IPR watchdog Sunday.
Prosecutors across the country filed over 4,80 IPR infringement cases involving more than 8,80 people in 2018, according to the National Intellectual Property Administration (NIPA).
More than 31,000 trademark violation cases were handled, with nearly 546 million yuan (about 81.2 million U.S. dollars) involved, and over 2,800 piracy cases were handled, NIPA director Shen Changyu told a press conference.
Customs across the country detained 23.13 million pieces of goods worth 80 million yuan for IPR infringement.
A total of 19,080 counterfeiting cases were solved by public security organs throughout the country, with nearly 28,000 suspects detained.