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Zhu Xiaofei v. Beijing Administration for Industry & Commerce [China] [November 05, 2010]

Advertising laws in China prohibit advertisements for tobacco in radio, cinema pictures, television, newspaper, magazine or periodicals.  Zhu Xiaofei filed an application with the Beijing Administration for Industry and Commerce and its superior, the State Administration for Industry and Commerce, demanding that the agency enforce the prohibition against China Central Television (CCTV) for broadcasting an advertisement that Xiaofei believed was linked to a tobacco company.  Xiaofei argued that the advertisement used the name and slogan of a tobacco company, intending to promote the image of that company.  Both applications were denied on the basis that the advertisement did not contain any element of tobacco.  Xiaofei then filed suit.  The suit was dismissed based on lack of standing.

Zhonghua Cigarette Trademark Case - Administrative Decision [China] [January 01, 2010]

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Zhonghua Cigarette Trademark Case - Trial Court Decision [China] [December 00, 0000]

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Zhonghua Cigarette Trademark Case - Appellate Decision [China] [December 00, 0000]

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