Chinese companies secured over $4 billion (25.4 billion yuan) of credit against patent rights in 2013, according to a report published on the website of the country’s State Intellectual Property Office. The story, which is sourced to China IP News, states that this represents year on year growth of 80% and means that credit totalling 63.8 billion yuan ($10.38 billion) has been secured against patents by Chinese entities since SIPO launched a “pilot IPR pledge financing program” in 2008.

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