Chinese company's $1.3 billion patent and trademark loan enters the IP deal pantheon 07 Mar 14
What could be one of the biggest-ever specifically IP-based transactions has recently been closed in China. According to the Conquering Innovation Fatigue blog, a trade publication called China Paper has reported that Quanlin Paper, a company based in the province of Shandong, secured a loan of RMB7.9 billion (approximately $1.3 billion) against a portfolio of trademark and patent rights.
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