Chinese electric vehicle maker Xpeng Motors launched the P5 on April, aiming to race ahead in China's ultra-competitive auto market.The P5 is Xpeng's third production model and features Lidar technology to aid its driverless system called XPILOT. Various incentives from the government have helped China become the world's biggest electric car market.
——Chinese Tesla rival Xpeng Motors launches sedan with new driverless features as EV race heats up, CNBC
Driven by various favorable policies, China's EVs have entered the fast lane of development. To further enhance market competitiveness, EV enterprises including Xpeng Motors strengthen their technological research and development, and carry out IP portfolio in core technologies including autonomous driving, injecting new momentum into the industry's upgrade and transformation.
China ordered 34 internet corporations to rectify their anti-competitive practices within the next month, signaling that Beijing's scrutiny of its most powerful firms hasn't ended with the conclusion of a probe into Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. These firms must undergo complete rectification after conducting internal checks and inspections over the next month, and make a pledge to society to obey rules and laws, according to the antitrust watchdog.
——China Warns 34 Tech Firms to Curb Excess in Antitrust Review, by Bloomberg
Strengthening Internet platform regulation showcases China's efforts to enhance the law enforcement of anti-monopoly, which will further rectify the market orders, optimize the business environment and promote the high-quality economic development.
China is gearing up to invest in clean power technologies and will add more zero-carbon, zero-emissions energy to its grid. As Europe and the U.S. have spent much of the last decade talking about climate change and reducing fossil fuel use, Nuclear is one of the cleanest ways to make electricity. China thinks long term, and they believe nuclear is the best long term way for them to replace coal, the source of all their ugly GHG stats.
——How China Aims To Beat The U.S., Europe At Net Zero Carbon, by Forbes
Thanks to its long-term efforts in S&T innovation, China's nuclear industry has made remarkable achievements. China nuclear power is becoming the shining card of China.
Huawei launched the Smart Customs Solution globally during the Huawei Industrial Digital Transformation Conference 2021. This solution uses technologies such as Wi-Fi 6, FlexE-based network slicing, iLossless algorithm, and AI knowledge graph to achieve wide coverage and full connection in all customs scenarios, ensuring low latency and zero packet loss for core services. It also shortened the mean time to repair (MTTR) from 4 hours to 10 minutes, greatly improving user experience.
——Huawei Smart Customs Solution: Making Cross-Border Trade Easier and Secured, by PR Newswire
Customs is playing a more important role in promoing countries' economic development in the mid of globlization. Huawei will help foster the digital transformation wordwide and create a safer and more convenient cross-border trade environment by using technologies with self-reliant IPRs.
Alibaba has released statistics from its 2020 IP Rights Protection Report, revealing that the number of suspected infringing listings reported by consumers fell by a third (33%) year on year, 98% of IP infringement complaints were handled within 24 hours and the number of rights holder accounts on Alibaba's Intellectual Property Protection Platform climbed by 40% from the previous year. Specifically, it states that membership of the Alibaba Anti-counterfeiting Alliance (AACA) now stands at close to 200 companies.
——Alibaba releases 2020 IP protection statistics as engagement with anti-counterfeiting alliance grows, by World Trademark Review
With the rapid development of the Internet, new types of e-commerce are emerging one after another. Strengthening the protection of intellectual property rights in the field of e-commerce has created a good business environment for the development of new types of business, and fully reflects China's determination to comprehensively strengthen the protection of intellectual property rights.