From the perspective of technical contribution, the inventive point where inventor makes technical contributions may be reflected in the aspects of technical problem, the technical means or the technical effect, not necessarily simultaneously. In as much as technical contribution may be embodied in any aspect of technical problems, means and effect, a stereoscopic principle should be followed when identifying the inventiveness of a patent. The stereoscopic principle or comprehensive principle for determining inventiveness of patents means, a three-dimensional determination should be made with full consideration of technical means, problems and effects.

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In recent years, more and more foreign enterprises have entered into the Chinese market. While sparing no effort to explore the market, they also sped up the process by extending their trademark protection in China with the aim of building a complete intellectual property defense and warning system. 

China has led the world in annual trademark applications for 14 consecutive years since 2002. There were 11.2 million valid trademarks in the country as of the end of June, accounting for one-third of the global total. 

According to China Patent law and patent infringement lawsuits, the importers of infringing goods are excluded from those entitled to argument on the grounds of legitimate sources, which is also true for the principle of the protection of China trademark rights.

By 2020, per 10,000 population in Guangdong province will obtain 19 invention patents and the annual growth rate of patent filings through PCT will be 10%, according to a implementation plan of building Guangdong into an IP power pilot province.
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