Intellectual Property and the WTO
By Carsten Fink1
One of the most significant developments of the Uruguay Round of Trade Negotiations
(1986-94) was the inclusion of intellectual property rights (IPRs) issues on the agenda of
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31 March 2011
Council for Trade-Related Aspects of
Intellectual Property Rights
PROPOSED DRAFT TRIPS COUNCIL DECISION ON THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A
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19 July 2008
Trade Negotiations Committee
DRAFT MODALITIES FOR TRIPS RELATED ISSUES
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Intellectual property(IP) is the creation of human intellect. It refers to the ideas, knowledge, invention,
innovation, creativity, research etc, all being the product of human mind and is similar to any property,
whether movable or immovable, wherein the
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Intellectual property (IP) is the creation of human intellect. It refers to the ideas, knowledge, invention,
innovation, creativity and research etc., all being the product of human mind and is similar to any
property, whether movable or imm