European Commission- A new strategy for IPR


An effective system to manage and protect intellectual property rights (IPR) is essential for fostering innovation, growth and competitiveness in the Single Market. On May 2011 the European Commission adopted a wide-ranging strategy on IPR. This strategy sets out a blueprint for a number of initiatives the Commission intends to take between now and 2012 in various areas, including patents, trade marks, geographical indications, copyright licensing and digital libraries. Here to read more. A provisional version of the Commission Communication about “A Single Market for Intellectual Property Rights” is available here.

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