Intellectual Property and the Knowledge Economy
creates, manages and uses knowledge for growth.
Intellectual property embraces the results of human creative endeavors including literary and artistic works, performances of performing artists, sound recordings, broadcasts, inventions, industrial designs, trademarks and service marks, protection against unfair competition, undisclosed information, geographical indications, layout designs of integrated circuits and new varieties of plants.
The law of intellectual property recognizes and protects
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