CCC renews China deal with Charlesworth

Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) has renewed its agreement with The Charlesworth Group to help CCC expand services into Chinese language rights licensing. The Charlesworth Group and CCC helps Chinese publishers reach new global secondary rights markets and better understand copyright and licensing opportunities.

The renewal of the agreement follows the signing up of major Chinese publishers such as Science Press, The Chinese Medical Association and Foreign Language Press, and other Chinese publishers who are further interested in secondary rights opportunities with CCC. The Charlesworth Group helps educate Chinese publishers and support the brand development and local conference attending for CCC, as well as supporting key visits by CCC staff to China. 

Changying Wang from Foreign Language Press, Neil Charlesworth from The Charlesworth Group and Miles McNamee from CCC meet for the contract signing ceremony at LIBF 2012

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