How do we ensure that our material, technology, blueprints, tooling and brand names are protected?

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How do we ensure that our material, technology, blueprints, tooling and brand names are protected?

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Elza Hellister

The more successful and better the image of a company, brand or person is presented in the search results, the more trust and loyalty the user has to it, counteract misleading information about your business. And for some subjects, existence depends on reputation in principle — medicine, financial and legal services.

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This is the most common question and concern asked when a company is considering doing business in China. Therefore, it is very important for you to understand how we protect your interest in China. Depending on our client and the product, we may divide the product into separate components and do not disclose the final use to any one vendor. In this way, we can price-out the individual parts without disclosing the entire product. We are also very careful not to disclose your company’s confidential information unless you have provided written permission in advance for such disclosure(s). Once we conduct the initial research and short-list qualified manufacturers, it’s generally a good idea to enter into a letter of exclusivity. However, China is a far off place and most vendors know you prefer not to send your lawyers to China, at your expense to negotiate or resolve any misunderstandings; therefore, there are some precautions that we follow: • You own the tooling, prints and other mate

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