Chinese More Satisfied with IP Protection
Satisfaction with intellectual property (IP) protection in 2014 was higher than in 2013, a survey showed on Friday.
Satisfaction was given a rating of 69.43 in 2014, 4.47 points higher than in 2013, according to the results of the joint survey by the Patent Protection Association of
China, the China Trademark Association and the Publishers Association of China.
The survey involved 12,729 respondents, including IP rights owners, IP professionals and the general public.
Jiangxi, Shandong and Tianjin scored the highest marks.
The younger and more educated brackets were less satisfied with IP protection, according to the survey.