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International Trade Meets Intellectual Porperty: The Making of the TRIPS Agreement (Abridged) Case Solution & Answer

This is an abridged version of the note NR15-02-1661.0. The objective of international trade negotiations was once the quotas and tariffs – the amount of a particular product can be imported and the duty levied at the border. As the world economy has been greater integration, attention has shifted from tariffs and quotas for complex policies and regulations affecting the international movement of goods, services and investments. These policies include the protection of intellectual property rights. Negotiated during the Uruguay Round, the 1994 Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) Agreement on Trade-Related has significantly expanded the scope of the trading system on site. A complete set of global trade rules of intellectual property. WTO members (WTO), are now required to adopt policies that protect patents, trademarks and copyrights. While countries are free to offer more protection than required by the TRIPS Agreement establishes minimum standards. 1661.3
by
Charan Devereaux
Robert Lawrence,
Michael Watkins
17 pages.
Date Posted: February 28, 2008. Prod #: HKS432-PDF-ENG
International Trade Intellectual Porperty Meeting: Making the TRIPS Agreement (Short) Case Solution

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