The Trans-Pacific Partnership and intellectual property – an opportunity lost?

Japan, New Zealand, and South Korea. If the negotiations succeed, analysts do not think that the RCEP will include intellectual property provisions as strong as those in the TPP. But because of the primacy of place that the RCEP may assume, the RCEP’s …
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