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•Describe main problems of international intellectual property law
Intellectual property protection should contribute to technical innovation and the transfer of technology. Producers and users should benefit. So should economies and societies at large.
Different legal systems- the TRIPS Agreement respects countries’ own legal systems, which can vary considerably. Each can decide how to protect intellectual property and implement the agreement’s provisions so long as they meet the TRIPS Agreement’s minimum standards
Countries have to meet minimum standards set by the TRIPS Agreement, such as the minimum number of years of protection. Each country is also free set its own standards at a higher level than the agreement requires, sometimes called “TRIPS-plus”, so long as this is consistent with the agreement.
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