September 18, 2021

Economic And Trade Agreement Between The

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RECOGNISING that it is in the interest of both countries that trade intensifies and that international standards are respected to promote market-based outcomes; 5. Notwithstanding paragraph 4(a), whether it considers that either the United States Trade Representative or the Deputy Prime Minister-designate of the People`s Republic of China considers that an enforcement issue is urgent, the matter may be addressed directly at a meeting between them, without prior response at lower levels. If such a meeting cannot be scheduled in good time for that purpose, the complaining Party may take action in accordance with point (b) of paragraph 4. (2) China defines “economic operators” in cases of misappropriation of trade secrets and covers all natural persons, categories of persons and legal persons. The terms of the agreement between China and the United States do not specify specific criteria for the approval of additional experimental data. However, as a result of the above-mentioned Beijing Supreme Court case, it is already possible, to some extent, to rely on additional data to meet relevant patentability requirements (e.g. B sufficient disclosure or inventive step) in current local Chinese practice. It remains to be seen how this provision will be implemented a posteriori in the agreement between China and the United States (e.g. B how the criteria should be applied to determine whether additional data can be accepted). (b) in circumstances where the rightholder provides preliminary evidence that measures have been taken to keep the claimed trade secret, burden of proof or burden of proof confidential. where appropriate, the burden of proof shall be transferred to the accused party in order to demonstrate that a trade secret identified by a holder is well known or easily accessible to persons who are normally linked to the type of information concerned; and is therefore not a trade secret. 1. The Parties shall ensure that the scope of the prohibited acts, which are held responsible for the usurpation of trade secrets, provides comprehensive coverage of the methods of theft of trade secrets.

(a) the burden of proof or the burden of proof, if any, shall be transferred to the party sued in order to demonstrate that it has not abused a trade secret as soon as a trade secret holder is available: 2. The Parties consider that the expansion of trade is conducive to the improvement of their bilateral trade relations and the optimal allocation of resources, economic restructuring and sustainable economic development, given the high degree of trade complementarity between them. 2. Any transfer or licence of technology between persons of one Contracting Party and persons of the other Party shall be based on market conditions which are voluntary and reflect mutual agreement. 2. China`s criminal proceedings and sanctions shall include at least cases of misappropriation of trade secrets by theft, fraud, physical or electronic intrusion for illegal purposes and the unauthorized or abusive use of a computer system in connection with prohibited acts. 1. The Contracting Parties shall provide that the burden of proof or the burden of proof: the burden of proof in civil proceedings for misappropriation of trade secrets shall be transferred to the party complained of where the holder of a trade secret has provided evidence on a first sight, including circumstantial evidence, with a view to an appropriate indication of the misappropriation of trade secrets by the party prosecuted. In accordance with the agreement, the governments of the two sides agreed on the following: (ii) the manner in which the designated material is traded and used in trade in China; 1. .

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