Lu Pengqi, Deputy Commissioner of the China National Intellectual Property Administration (CNIPA) met Alex Rogers, President of Qualcomm Technology Licensing (QTL) and Global Affairs of Qualcomm Incorporated in Beijing on July 13.
Lu said that China has always attached great importance to IPR protection. For years, the CNIPA has been maintaining good cooperation and communication with U.S. IPR government agencies, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and companies with a proactive and open attitude. He wished Qualcomm can voice more messages to the outside world to reflect a fair, objective, true and whole picture of the development of Chinese IPR system, allowing more U.S. companies and the public to grasp the latest progress and advancement of IPR system in China.
Rogers appreciated the achievements China has made in the IPR field, introduced Qualcomm's work on standard -essential patents (SEPs) and expressed the willingness to strengthen communication on IPR policy-making between the two sides in the future.
CNIPA principals responsible for the International Cooperation Department, IP Protection Department and IP Utilization Promotion Department also attended the meeting.
Updated: Jul 24,2023