Chinese people were more satisfied with intellectual property rights protection in 2016, according to a recent report issued by the Patent Protection Association of China, China Trademark Association and Copyright Society of China to mark the World Intellectual Property Day.

Surveying 12,600 people including IPR holders, the public and professionals, the report said satisfaction to IPR protection rated 72.38 (out of 100).

An official with the SIPO said that result of the survey will assist the revision of the Patent Law.