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WIPO Director General Francis Gurry tells Managing IP why the audiovisual performances treaty is important, and why he hopes that it will be followed by more multilateral agreements



Why is this treaty important? It is important in that it will establish for floor for actors' rights internationally. Shocking as it seems, some countries do not have protection for audiovisual performances, and this will provide a minimum level...


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