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Ivanka Trump's brand continues to win foreign trademarks in China and the Philippines, adding to questions about conflicts of interest at the White House, the Associated Press has found. China Sunday granted the first daughter's company final approval for its 13th trademark in the last three months, trademark office records show. Over the same period, the Chinese government has granted Trump's company provisional approval for another eight trademarks, which can be finalized if no objections are raised during a three-month comment period.Online records from China's trademark office indicate that Trump's company last applied for trademarks – 17 of them – on March 28, 2017, the day before she took on a formal role at the White House.Some trademark lawyers also advise clients to register trademarks for merchandise that is manufactured in China, even if it's not sold there.
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