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The subject of intellectual property rights (IPR) now has a high profile in both financial and scientific communities world-wide. IPR includes copyright, patents, registered designs and design rights, trade and service marks, and know-how. The article defines these terms and considers the issues of protection, exploitation and licensing.

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Authors: HUMPHRIS C, The Technology Broker, Cambridge (GB)
Bibliographic Reference: Article: Euro abstracts, Vol. 32 (1994) No. 6, pp. 380-383
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