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Wang Rungui, Deputy Chief Editor of Intellectual Property Publishing House, and Cui Kaili, Deputy Director of the Project Center Visiting the Institute

十二月 29 2019

On the morning of September 20th, Wang Rungui, deputy chief editor of intellectual property publishing house, and Cui Kaili, deputy director of the project cente, paid an exchange visit to the school. The meeting was presided over by professor Li Yufeng, dean of College of Civil and Commercial Law.

At the beginning of the meeting, President Li Yufeng introduced the basic situation of the school's discipline construction, scientific research platform, talent cultivation, teaching and research, faculty construction, and the cooperation and friendship with intellectual property publishing house.

Wang Rungui, deputy chief editor, introduced the personnel structure and scale of intellectual property publishing house, the situation of publishing books , main business direction, development strategy and achievements in recent years. The business scope of intellectual property press is expanded from patent information service, data processing, the book publishing to the protection of intellectual property rights innovation, folk art culture and so on, and what's more professional categories of publishing books are increasing. In addition, Wang Rungui made a careful explanation on four modes (manuscripts, funded, commissioned, involved in translation class ) of the press and he exchanged opinions with Dean Li on the new problems and situations which the publishing industry is facing.

 Zhang Li,  Vice President, then shared views on the publication of civil law, commercial law, marriage law and other aspects of the college. What’s more, Zhang Li hoped that the two sides could strengthen cooperation and make greater achievements in the future.

He believes that two sides had full communication between each other, which enhanced the emotional exchanges and achieved good results in the meeting. Finally,the meeting was over in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

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