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Copyright registration hall for C China opens in WHDZ

Updated: 2018-07-03

Huazhong (central China) Copyright Registration Hall of Copyright Protection Center of China (CPCC) was officially put into use at Central China Intelligence Valley in Wuhan Economic and Technological Development Zone (WHDZ), Hubei province, on June 28.

Covering an office area of 769 square meters, the hall is the fourth agency outside Beijing directly under CPCC handling copyright registration business, with another three in Shanghai, Shenzhen and Chengdu.

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Huazhong Copyright Registration Hall of Copyright Protection Center of China is officially put into use on June 28. [Photo/WeChat account of WHDZ]

With the opening of the hall, the business of registering copyright for all works in central China, such as registering copyright information for computer software, can be handled in WHDZ. 

In recent years, the cultural and creative industries and high-tech industries in central China, represented by Wuhan, have developed rapidly. 

Taking software copyright registration as an example, the number of software registrations in Hubei province in 2017 totaled 21,615, accounting for 2.9 percent of the total number in the country, ranking ninth in the country and first in central China.

The establishment of the hall will boost development of the cultural and creative industries in Hubei province and in Wuhan city.

In addition to registering, certifying and issuing copyrights, the hall also provides copyright-related services including legal consultation, asset management, and research and consultation about regional industries.

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The Huazhong Copyright Registration Hall of Copyright Protection Center of China [Photo/WeChat account of WHDZ]

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A resident registers copyright at the new hall in Wuhan Economic and Technological Development Zone, June 28. [Photo/WeChat account of WHDZ]