Bella Blew Blue Bubbles (Homophones Level II) by Amanda Rondeau

By Amanda Rondeau

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Source: Park and Ginarte (1997) and World Development Indicators (World Bank). Page 9 At the multilateral level, developed countries pushed for the inclusion of trade-related IPRs issues in the Uruguay Round of trade negotiations. Developing countries initially opposed this step, but in the end signed on to the TRIPS Agreement (see Section 1), which is the most comprehensive and far-reaching international agreement on intellectual property rights ever reached. As of early 1999, the Agreement was binding to all of the WTO's 134 members and would also become binding to all potential new entrants to the WTO.

Opportunity exists in the creation and dissemination of knowledge addressing the particular needs of developing countries. The challenge for developing countries is to reform their intellectual property rights regimeswhile limiting the potentially adverse effects of improved protectionand to facilitate access of local entrepreneurs to the intellectual property rights system. JAMES P. BOND DIRECTOR, EMT 1999 CARL DAHLMAN DIRECTOR, WDR 1998 Page vii Abstract Over the past decade, the protection of intellectual property rights (IPRs) has undergone tremendous changesfostered on the one hand, by a widening of the range of products and technologies covered by proprietary rights and on the other hand, by policy shifts that have initiated a move towards globally harmonized standards of protection.

By late 1999, a total of 171 developed and developing countries were parties of WIPO-administered treaties on IPRs. Page 11 Figure 2: The Growing Adhesion of Developing Countries to International IPRs Conventions Note: The Pads Convention is the main international treaty in the area of patents and trademarks. The Berne Convention is the main international convention on copyright and neighboring rights. int. Page 12 3 Intellectual Property Rights and Economic Activity This section evaluates the importance of IPRs in economic activity and highlights some emerging trends in the IPRs field.

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