Ivanka Trump’s brand ramped up China trademark work in 2016
Friday, 21 April 2017
Ivanka Trump's brand intensified its work in China as her father closed in on the Republican nomination for U.S. president, with her company applying for nearly twice as many trademarks in a five-month span as it had in the preceding eight years.
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