Santamarina Steta

Boosting Chinese Trade With Intellectual Property

Bilateral trade between China and Mexico has registered sustained growth in recent years, making China Mexico's first trading partner in the Asia-Pacific region and second trading partner worldwide.

We invite you to this face-to-face conference, which will feature a presentation by Daniel De Prado Escudero, partner of the Chinese firm HFG LAW & IP PRACTICE, and Daniel Legaspi J., partner of Santamarina y Steta, S. C.

Monday, May 9, 2022 | 11:00 hrs.

Confirm face-to-face attendance by email: comunicacionsys@s-s.mx

Zoom registration: https://santamarinaysteta.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_jy3ai1kHRK26Hzt7R8rZFA

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About the event

During 2019, the cost of the commercial relationship with the Asian giant amounted to 90,000 million dollars and, despite the interruption of international trade caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, in 2021, the relationship with China only presented a 9.54% drop. By 2021, the commercial exchange between both countries reached new historical highs with a total amount of 98.963 million
dollars, an increase of 29.71%.

In addition, Foreign Direct Investment from China amounted to 215 million dollars in 2020 and 413 million dollars in 2021, which represents an increase of 92.19%. However, while Chinese imports reach historical figures, Mexican exports amount to only 8.407 million dollars. It is time to balance the balance and boost manufacturing exports and diversify the portfolio of Mexican products that reach the Chinese market.
 
At this conference, experts will answer these and other questions:

  • Why do business with China?
  • What contractual aspects in China should be taken into account?
  • How to protect the intellectual property of products and brands?
  • What challenges exist in terms of commercial and legal aspects?

Panel

Daniel de Prado, socio y responsable del mercado de España y LATAM de la firma china HFG Law & Intellectual Property. Daniel está excelentemente posicionado para asesorar a clientes sobre propiedad intelectual, protección de datos, privacidad y derecho mercantil en China, ofreciendo y aportando una visión que conjuga el entendimiento de la práctica y mentalidad europea y occidental con un conocimiento profundo del ordenamiento jurídico en China.

Daniel Legaspi, socio de Santamarina + Steta, especializado en asuntos relacionados con propiedad intelectual, franquicias, licencias y tecnología. Su práctica se centra en asistir a clientes nacionales e internacionales a maximizar la rentabilidad de sus activos intangibles desarrollando y ejecutando estrategias a medida dentro y fuera de México.

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