Japan, Singapore lead Asia in copyright protection

TOKYO — Japan came in fourth out of 45 countries in the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s latest ranking of intellectual property protection, moving up from ninth place a year ago. The U.S. business lobby now rates Japan the highest in Asia, ahead of Singapore …
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