EU Takes US, Others To Task Over IP Rights Enforcement

Law360, New York (October 22, 2009, 1:31 PM EDT) -- The United States, Canada, Israel and India have been added to the European Commission's list of countries that it says need to improve intellectual property rights enforcement, the watchdog has announced.

The EC on Wednesday published a report identifying three categories of priority countries. China was the only country in the first category, deemed the category for which IPR protection and enforcement needs considerable improvement.

Indonesia, the Phillippines, Thailand and Turkey were in the second category, and Argentina, Brazil, Canada, India, Israel, Korea, Malaysia, Russia, Ukraine,...
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