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MPs invite comments on six IP policy questions

James Nurton, London


The UK Parliament’s All-Party Intellectual Property Group has launched an inquiry into the role of government in protecting and promoting intellectual property

The inquiry is due to report by the end of May. It will cover topics including the goals of IP policy, how it is developed in government, coordination between departments and interaction at an international level.

The group has identified six questions and is inviting submissions by March 30. The questions are:

1) What should the objective of IP policy be?

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