Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP): Impact on Intellectual Property

12 Oct 2021, 11:00 am

One of the key features of the RCEP is the protection of intellectual property (IP) rights. IP rights are increasingly becoming the new corporate wealth or valuable corporate assets in today’s business world. It is therefore important for business owners to understand the impact of RCEP on IP rights, and take advantage of the IP provisions in the RCEP to expand their business.

Join us in ICC Malaysia’s latest webinar to learn about the impact of RCEP on IP rights in Malaysia, Thailand and China. Get insights on the IPR areas that foreign investors will want to make use of under RCEP to invest in Malaysia.

Business owners/CEOs/MDs, Business Development Managers, Legal Managers/Lawyers, IP Practitioners.
Michael Chai
Vice-Chairman IP Committee ICC Malaysia /
Partner, Michael Chai & Co
Arunan Kumaran
Deputy Director – Policy, Strategic Planning & International, Ministry of Domestic Trade & Consumer Affairs, Malaysia
Oliver Hu
Chief IP Officer, ZTE Corporation, China
Nont Horayangura
Partner, Baker McKenzie, Thailand
Welcome Remarks
Mr Michael Soo, Chairman, IP Committee, ICC Malaysia
Introduction to Webinar and Speakers by Moderator
Mr Michael Chai
Presentation by Speakers:
– Mr Arunan Kumaran
– Mr Oliver Hu
– Mr Nont Horayangura
Panel Discussion / Questions & Answers Session
Closing Remarks & End of Webinar


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