Most European-based institutions – not least the European Commission – consider IPRs to be an important aspect (among other issues) in the EU’s ability to compete in the global economy, as EU growth and jobs are hampered when ideas, brands and products are counterfeited and pirated.
This article is authored by Meir Pugatch, Director of Research, Stockholm Network
This forthcoming article is part of Talkstandards’ upcoming event “A New Strategy for European Intellectual Property Rights” and will be published Tuesday June 7th.
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