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China: Chinese trademark certificates will no longer be in paper format in 2022

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CNIPA announced this week that paper trademark registration certificates will no longer be issued in 2022

CNIPA announced this week that paper trademark registration certificates will no longer be issued from January 1, 2022. For trademark applications filed by paper filing, CNIPA will issue a notice with a URL and QR code where the applicant will be able to download e-commerce trademark registration certificate. For the application filed through the electronic filing system, the registration certificate can be viewed and downloaded from the CNIPA online service system. There will be a transition period from October 15 to December 31 where CNIPA will issue both a paper certificate and a notice of receipt for trademark registration certificates.

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