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Implementation of Chinas Outline of the National Intellectual Property Strategy Questionnaire

To understand the international community's assessment of China's Outline of the National Intellectual Property Strategy which has been promulgated and implemented for a decade, further facilitate international cooperation and exchanges in intellectual property and promote mutual understanding, this questionnaire survey is specifically carried out.

 

All results of this survey are only used for statistics, evaluation and decision-making support for the implementation of China's national intellectual property strategy, which will neither make any individual evaluation of the surveyed units nor disclose any information of the respondents.

 

To ensure that the questionnaire results are objective and true, please answer honestly. Thank you for your cooperation.

Q1:Type of your organization:
Enterprise
Service Agency and Law Firm
Academy and Institution
Q2:Company/Institution name:
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Q3:Your name:
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Q4:Your department:
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Q5:Your position:
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Q6:Contact number:
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Q7:Email:
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Q8:What do you think about the overall development level of Chinas intellectual property in the past decade?
Significantly improved
Improved
Basically equal
Reduced
Not clear
Q9:What great changes do you think have taken place in the intellectual property industry in China in the past decade? (Multiple choice)
China’s intellectual property creation level has improved
Benefits of utilizing intellectual property have been increased
Intellectual property laws and regulations have been improved
Law enforcement capacity of intellectual property has been raised
Management ability of the government and the guild has been raised
Service level of the agencies has been raised
Level of international cooperation on intellectual property has been raised
Others [please specify]
None of the above
Q10:What positive impacts do you think the development of intellectual property has on China in the past decade? (Multiple choice)
Motivate China’s innovation vigor
Regulate China’s market order
Promote China’s industrial upgrading
Help China build a credible society
Enhance Chinese enterprises’ competitiveness
Help Chine expand opening to the outside world
Others [please specify]
Q11:What do you think about the willingness of overseas enterprises and agencies to apply for/register intellectual property rights (IPRs) in China in the past decade?
Significantly improved
Improved
Basically equal
Reduced
Not clear
Q12:What are the main factors do you think that have effects on the application for/registration of IPRs in China of foreign enterprises and agencies? (Multiple choice)
Development and upgrading of China’s science and technology level
Increase in earnings of utilizing intellectual property in China
Expansion of China’s product and technical market size
Improve IPRs protection environment in China
China’s intellectual property policies that encourage foreign enterprises to apply or register in China
Improve IPRs examination, registration and public service level of the government of China
Improve the service ability of intellectual property service agencies, guild and social organizations
Others [please specify]
Q13:What do you think about the willingness of Chinese enterprises and institutions to apply for/register IPRs outside China in the past decade?
Significantly improved
Improved
Basically equal
Reduced
Not clear
Q14:What are the main factors do you think that promote Chinese enterprises and institutions to apply for/register IPRs outside China? (Multiple choice)
The RD strength of Chinese enterprises and institutions has enhanced
Select target market to distribute intellectual property strategy
High examination efficiency of relevant agencies in the target country
Strong service ability of relevant government agencies, guild and social organizations in the target country
High relevant market income in the target country
Cooperation agreement signed between the government of China and the target country to reduce the application cost
Others [please specify]
Q15:What factors do you think can facilitate the academic institution to apply for/register IPRs overseas? (Multiple choice)
Powerful RD capability of the institution
Financial support obtained for the institution’s research
The institution’s awareness of layout of intellectual property overseas
Maturity of the institution’s overseas intellectual property layout mechanism
Overseas intellectual property included in the assessment mechanism by the institution
Service capability of the government agencies, guild and social organizations in charge of the layout of overseas intellectual property
Policy support for the layout of overseas intellectual property
Others [please specify]
Q16:What do you think about the overall quality of China’s IPRs in the past decade?
Significantly improved
Improved
Basically equal
Reduced
Not clear
Q17:What are the changes in the quality of China’s IPRs compared with developed countries?
Has fully caught up with and surpassed them
Basically equal
Superior in some fields and the gap is narrowing
Still has a gap and will catch up with and surpass them in every way
Not clear
Q18:What do you think about your cognitive level of Chinese brands in the past decade?
Significantly improved
Improved
Basically equal
Reduced
Not clear
Q19:What do you think about the willingness of foreign enterprises and institutions in commercializing the IPRs in China in the past decade?
Significantly improved
Improved
Basically equal
Reduced
Not clear
Q20:What are the main ways do you think for foreign enterprises and institutions to commercialize the IPRs in China? (Multiple choice)
Transfer IPRs to China or license IPRs
Join the Chinese technical standard
File a lawsuit of IPRs
Produce in China or export to China the intellectual property products
Acquire IPRs from China or cross-licensing
Utilize intellectual property to finance
Others [please specify]
Q21:What do you think about the willingness of Chinese enterprises and institutions to commercialize IPRs outside China in the past decade?
Significantly improved
Improved
Basically equal
Reduced
Not clear
Q22:What do you think about the willingness of foreign enterprises and institutions to protect IPRs in China in the past decade?
Significantly improved
Improved
Basically equal
Reduced
Not clear
Q23:Did your company get involved in any IPRs dispute in China?
Yes
Never
Not clear
Q24:If yes, how did your company settle the dispute? (Multiple choice)
Judicial approach
Administrative approach
Non-litigation way (mediation and arbitration, etc.)
Others [please specify]
Q25:If yes, what do you think about the the result or progress of dispute handling on the whole?
Very satisfied
Satisfied
General
Not satisfied
Q26:What do you think about the protection effort of IPRs in China in the past decade?
Significantly enhanced
Enhanced
Basically equal
Weakened
Not clear
Q27:What do you think about intellectual property infringement in China in the past decade?
Significantly decreased
Decreased
Basically equal
Increased
Not clear
Q28:What progress will benefit the intellectual property holders the most in the field of intellectual property protection in China? (Multiple choice)
Comprehensive of laws and regulations
Administrative protection effort is intensified
Judicial protection effort is intensified
Intellectual property dispute are settled successfullythrough non-litigation ways (such as mediation and arbitration, etc.)
Effect and ability of the assistance for safeguarding rights are improved
Others [please specify]
Q29:What are the main difficulties and problems do you think foreign enterprises and institutions encounter in the process of safeguarding IPRs in China? (Multiple choice)
Low amount of compensation and rewards
Difficulty in obtaining evidence
Long cycle for settling a lawsuit
Existence of regional protectionism
Lack of corresponding professionals
Lack of understanding of China’s intellectual property law system
Others [please specify]
Q30:What do you think about the ability of Chinese enterprises and institutions to deal with intellectual property disputes outside China in the past decade?
Significantly improved
Improved
Basically equal
Reduced
Not clear
Q31:What measures do you think will help Chinese enterprises and institutions safeguard IPRs outside China? (Multiple choice)
Establishment of an easy-to-access IP-related information platform
Help and guidance of the guild, industry alliance and other associations
China enhances intellectual property cooperation and exchanges in intellectual property field with other countries
Active participation of the government of China in the development of international intellectual property rules
Others [please specify]
Q32:What significant changes do you think China has achieved in the field of intellectual property administration in the past decade? (Multiple choice)
Examination, registration and approval efficiency of IPRs is improved
IP-related policy system and institutional environment are optimized
Intellectual property administrative personnel’s quality and business ability are enhanced
It is convenient and transparent to access information from the intellectual property public information service platform
Others [please specify]
Not clear
Q33:Have you ever used China’s intellectual property information platforms, such as Patent Search System of SIPO, CNIPR Search System and so on?
Yes
No
Q34:If yes, what do you think of these intellectual property information service platforms?
Quite convenient
Convenient
Basically equal
Less convenient
Q35:What do you think about the service capability of Chinese intellectual property service agencies in the last decade?
Significantly improved
Improved
Basically equal
Reduced
Not clear
Q36:What are the intellectual property services below your company has access to at present? (Multiple choice)
Agency service (such as application/registration agency)
Legal service (such as assistance for safeguarding rights)
Information service (such as information retrieval)
Commercial service (such as investment and financing, monetization)
Consultation service (such as market research/consultating)
Training service (such as prosecution training)
Others [please specify]
None of the above
Q37:What do you think about the willingness of overseas intellectual property service agencies to conduct business in China in the past decade?
Significantly improved
Improved
Basically equal
Reduced
Not clear
Q38:Have your company ever conducted business in China?
Yes
No
Q39:If so, who is your major client in China? (Multiple choice)
China’s state-owned enterprises
China’s non state-owned enterprises
Foreign enterprises
Chinese academic and research institutes
Foreign academic and research institutions
Chinese citizens
Foreign citizens
The government of China
Foreign governments
Others [please specify]
Q40:If so, what are the major intellectual property services? (Multiple choice)
Agency service (such as application/registration agency)
Legal service (such as assistance for safeguarding rights)
Information service (such as information retrieval)
Commercial service (such as investment and financing, operation)
Consultation service (such as market research/consultation)
Training service (such as practical training)
Others [please specify]
Q41:If so, what businesses do you think has developed fastest in the past decade? (Multiple choice)
Agency service (such as application for /registration of IPRs)
Legal service (such as assistance for safeguarding rights)
Information service (such as information retrieval)
Commercial service (such as investment and financing, operation)
Consultation service (such as market research/consultation)
Training service (such as practical training)
Others [please specify]
Q42:What do you think about the ability of Chinese intellectual property service agencies to conduct international intellectual property business in the past decade?
Significant enhanced
Enhanced
Basically equal
Weakened
Not clear
Q43:What services do you think are the most needed for Chinese enterprises and institutions to be engaged in intellectual property activities outside China? (Multiple choice)
Agency service (such as application for /registration of IPRs)
Legal service (such as assistance for safeguarding rights)
Information service (such as information retrieval)
Commercial service (such as investment and financing, operation)
Consultation service (such as market research/consultation)
Training service (such as practical training)
Others [please specify]
Q44:What do you think about the willingness of foreign enterprises and institutions to have intellectual property cooperation with China in the past decade?
Significantly improved
Improved
Basically equal
Reduced
Not clear
Q45:What do you think about the willingness of Chinese enterprises and institutions to have intellectual property cooperation with foreign countries in the past decade?
Significantly improved
Improved
Basically equal
Reduced
Not clear
Q46:What are the main partners do you think of foreign enterprises and institutions to have intellectual property cooperation with China? (Multiple choice)
Chinese individuals
Chinese enterprises
The government of China
Chinese academic and research institutions
Others [please specify]
Not clear
Q47:What are the main cooperative ways do you think for foreign enterprises and institutions to have intellectual property cooperation with China? (Multiple choice)
Hold seminars jointly or attend the the exchange meeting held by the other party
Invest in IP-related projects jointly in China
Conduct technology development or run intellectual property projects jointly
Others [please specify]
Q48:What are the intellectual property fields do you think that foreign enterprises and institutions are likely to cooperate with China? (Multiple choice)
Patent
Trademark
Copyright
Trade secret
New varieties of plants
Intellectual property related to national defense
Others [please specify]
Q49:Any suggestions for China to strengthen intellectual property cooperation with countries and regions along “The Belt and Road”? (Multiple choice)
Strengthen IP-related training and education of the countries and regions along the line
Strengthen cooperation between China and other countries on intellectual property examination
Preferentially license China’s intellectual property to countries and regions along the line
Build mechanism for coordination and cooperation with countries and regions along the line
Actively promote countries along the line to join IP-related international conventions
Build intellectual property information service platform jointly with the countries along the line
Others [please specify]
Q50:What do you think about China’s international influence in the intellectual property field in the past decade?
Significantly enhanced
Enhanced
Basically equal
Weakened
Not clear
Q51:What do you think about the researches of foreign academic and research institutions on China’s intellectual property-related content in the past decade?
Significantly increased
Increased
Unchanged
Reduced
Not clear
Q52:Do you think it necessary to establish the channel for intellectual property international exchange and cooperation in the industry and develop relevant rules under the NGO framework?
Very necessary
Necessary
Not essential
Not necessary
Not clear
Q53:Do you think it necessary to establish the exchange channel between enterprises and China’s IP-related government agencies?
Very necessary
Necessary
Not essential
Not necessary
Not clear
Q54:What do you think about foreign enterprises and institutions employing IP-related professionals in China?
Easy
General
Difficult
Not clear
Q55:What do you think is the most important thing when it comes to fostering international talents in China’s intellectual property field? (Multiple choice)
Strengthen two-way communication between intellectual property talents at home and abroad
Improve talent introduction mechanism
Intensify training of relevant talents in enterprises and academic and research institutions
The government of China takes the lead to build the talent employment platform
Increase the setting of relevant courses in institutions of higher education
Others [please specify]
Q56:What measures below do you think can promote institutions to better foster intellectual property professionals? (Multiple choice)
Expand the proportion of teaching intellectual property-related courses at the undergraduate level
Increase training in terms of practical skills of intellectual property and improve students’ practical ability
Improve subject setting and foster the versatile talents in the field of law, science and technology, management and economy
Employ teachers or professors with rich practical experience in intellectual property
Increase communications of advanced intellectual property talents between schools and inside and outside China
Others [please specify]
Q57:What do you think attitude of China towards the establishment of an international intellectual property think-tank institution?
Supportive, capable and necessary
Supportive, there exists practical need
No comment
Not necessary for the time being
Q58:What do you think about the awareness of intellectual property in Chinese enterprises and institutions in the past decade?
Significantly improved
Improved
Basically equal
Reduced
Not clear
Q59:What do you think about the Chinese people’s awareness of intellectual property in the past decade?
Significantly improved
Improved
Basically equal
Reduced
Not clear
Q60:What intellectual property services do you think are the most needed for foreign enterprises and institutions in China? (Multiple choice)
Intellectual property training
Intellectual property information service
Intellectual property evaluation
Intellectual property consultation service
Patent application and trademark registration
Intellectual property litigation
Others [please specify]
No need
Q61:What are the problems and challenges do you thinkChina faces in further improving the development level of intellectualproperty?
1    ____________
2    ____________
3    ____________
Q62:What are the majordifficulties do you think for Chinese enterprises and institutions to beengaged in intellectual property-related activities outside China?
1    ____________
2    ____________
3    ____________
Q63:Any suggestions for achieving the goal of China’s Outline of the National Intellectual Property Strategy and speeding up the construction of a strong intellectual property competence?
1    ____________
2    ____________
3    ____________
Q64:Which industry or field does your company belong to?
Electronic and information
Aerospace and communication
Optical-mechanical-electrical integration
Biotechnology
New materials
New energy and high efficiency and energy conservation
Environment and resource utilization
Earth, space and ocean engineering
Nuclear technology application
Medicine and medical engineering
Agriculture
Others [please specify]
Q65:Where is your company/institution based?(Country)
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Q66:What is your company’s annual revenue in 2016 (million US dollars)?
0 x =500
500 x =1000
1000 x =3000
3000 x =5000
50000
Q67:What is the proportion of your company’s annual RD investment accounting for the annual revenue in 2016?
0% x =5%
5% x = 10%
10% x = 20%
20% x = 40%
40%
Q68:What is the scope of service of your company’s main business? (Multiple choice)
Patent
Trademark
Copyright
Trade secret
New varieties of plants
Intellectual property related to national defense
Others [please specify]
Q69:What is your company’s main business form? (Multiple choice)
Agency service (such as application/registration agency)
Legal service (such as assistance for safeguarding rights)
Information service (such as information retrieval)
Commercial service (such as investment and financing, operation)
Consultation service (such as market research/consultation)
Training service (such as practical training)
Others [please specify]
Q70:What are your research fields in relation to intellectual property? (Multiple choice)
Intellectual property strategy
Intellectual property creation
Commercialization of intellectual property
Intellectual property protection
Intellectual property management
Intellectual property service
International cooperation on intellectual property
Others [please specify]
Q71:Which of these intellectual property domains are covered in your research fields? (Multiple choice)
Patent
Trademark
Copyright
Trade secret
New varieties of plants
Intellectual property related to national defense
Others [please specify]
Q72:How many research staff are there in your academic institution engaged in intellectual property?
0 x =20
20 x =50
50 x =100
100
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