innovation_bwThe Global Competitiveness Report from the World Economic Forum has published a ranking of countries for strength of intellectual property laws. The latest report, which is put together after a study of numerous world economic indicators, identifies Singapore as the country with the strongest intellectual property laws, while the United States is ranked 19th.  For the rest of the list, see HERE.  For analysis on the gaps in proof stemming from this survey, see Joff’s comments HERE over at the IAM blog.

This entry was posted on Monday, September 14th, 2009 at 2:49 pm.
Categories: Today in IP ~ by Ian McClure.

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