July Edition of IP-Watch Monthly Reporter Now Available

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The Intellectual Property Watch Monthly Reporter features the most important news on international IP policymaking, the latest on who is coming and going in the IP community at the United Nations, World Trade Organization, Geneva missions, regional and national IP offices, industry and non-governmental organisations, plus News Briefs on reports and events that do not appear on the IP-Watch website.

For this and more, read the Intellectual Property Watch Monthly Reporter, now available online for subscribers at www.ip-watch.org/reporter.php.

  • WIPO Committee Sketches Broader Prospects For Future Work On Patents
  • Roots Of Access To Knowledge Movement Spreading To New Ground
  • Developing Countries Delay WCO Push For Stronger IP Enforcement
  • Internet Shall Have New Domains; OECD Wants Access And Innovation
  • Music Performers In US Policy Fight For Payment From Broadcasters
  • Inclusion Of IP Issues In Doha Round Of Talks Still Uncertain
  • Quick TRIPS Council: Movement On Technical Assistance
  • European Interoperability Framework Nears Final Stage Of Revision
  • Efforts Continue By Some To Stir European Union Patent Harmonisation
  • Doubts Persist On ACTA As First Official Meeting Concludes
  • First Egyptian Approval Of Genetically Modified Corn Poses Questions
  • IP On China’s Political Agenda With New National IP Rights Strategy
  • US Supreme Court Limits Patent Owners’ Control Over Their Inventions
  • Panelists: Balance Needed Between Antitrust Law, Patent Quality
  • Some See Rise In Non-Traditional Trademarks; But Not National Registries
  • News In Brief
  • People

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