Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang on Friday urged more efforts to fight property rights violation and counterfeiting.
To fight property rights violation and counterfeiting will be an uphill and enduring war and it calls for further persistent and innovative efforts, Wang said.
China cracked 320,000 cases of property rights violation in 2013, and caught 53,000 suspects, Wang said.
In 2013, the task of promoting authorized software for city- and county-level governments were finished as scheduled, he said.
In 2014, measures will be retained to fight crimes of producing and selling fake agricultural production materials, foods or medicines.