IP-Watch Looks At The Year Ahead In International IP PolicyPublished on 9 January 2013 @ 2:14 pm
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What will 2013 bring for international intellectual property and innovation policy?
In the coming Intellectual Property Watch series for subscribers, our expert writers take a look at the top global policy issues and events in copyright, public health, legal battles, food security/biotech/biodiversity, trade, development, internet governance and more.
The playing field is shifting and some major developments are expected in 2013. Don’t enter the year unprepared. Watch for the Year Ahead Series at www.ip-watch.org.
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