The intellectual property rights (IPR) available in China are very similar to those available in Europe.
Assuming SMEs have registered their IP and found it being infringed then they will want to enforce it. How will they find it being infringed? Their customers might tell them about competing products, they might find infringements for sale on the internet, they might see infringing products at a trade fair. The China IPR SME Helpdesks’ latest guide gives SMEs an overview of what steps they should take once they have gathered sufficient information and decided to take action and enforce their IPR rights in China.