Strong IPR protection is important for high-tech trade

Hill, Eileen
August 1994
Business America;Aug94, Vol. 115 Issue 8, p23
Trade Publication
Discusses the importance of intellectual property rights (IPR) in fostering creativity in high-technology industries. Reliance of companies on IPR protection to maintain their market lead; Dependence of US economy on high-tech firms; Emphasis on IPR in trade policy; Efforts by the United States to improve worldwide IPR protection. INSET: What is a high-tech product?..


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