Today, European and national business associations commend the European Union (EU) and Member States as they moved to join their global allies in the battle against counterfeiting and piracy.
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ICC has launched the 11th edition of its flagship intellectual property (IP) publication ICC Intellectual Property Roadmap: Current and Emerging Issues for Business and Policymakers.
The International Chamber of Commerce’s Business Action to Stop Counterfeiting and Piracy (BASCAP) group today launched a new series workshops, “Maximizing the Value of Latin American Innovations Through Intellectual Property.”
The study, Intellectual Property: Powerhouse for Innovation and Economic Growth, is the result of a collaborative effort on the part of ICC BASCAP and the ICC Commission on Intellectual Property.
The Russian translation of the 10th edition of ICC's Intellectual Property Roadmap was launched today at the second International Forum of Intellectual Property, entitled Expopriority' 2010, which is currently taking place in Moscow from 7-9 December.
The Portuguese translation of the 10th edition of the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) Intellectual Property Roadmap for Business and Policy Makers was launched on 22 August 2010 at the Congress of the Brazilian Association for Intellectual Property (ABPI), attended by over 720 participants.
Global business leaders unite on Internet governance priorities at annual UN-linked forum in Lithuania
Emerging technologies such as cloud computing promise to empower developed and developing countries alike, but stakeholders must unite on finding cohesive global policies that can address associated issues including access, security and consumer concerns. This is just one of the key agenda items to be tabled next week at the 5th Internet Governance Forum (IGF) in Lithuania.
The Spanish translation of the 10th edition of the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC)Intellectual Property Roadmap for Business and Policy Makers was launched this week during a meeting of the Interamerican Association of Intellectual Property in Barcelona, which attracted close to 300 delegates from Spain and Latin America.
The tenth edition of ICC’s popular “Intellectual Property Roadmap for Business and Policy Makers” was released today, with updated information on all the major IP issues including patents, trademarks, copyright issues and discussions of less established areas such as the protection of databases and genetic resources.
With negotiations for a climate change convention reaching a critical moment, ICC believes progress can be made on an agreement that will include action by major emitters, support intellectual property rights, and keep all energy options open.