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Why harmonisation has a future

James Nurton, New York

Things are moving again at WIPO. That was the clear message from IP negotiators speaking at the Fordham IP conference in New York

Taking part in a panel on multilateral IP issues and policy, WIPO Deputy Director General Jim Pooley said there had been "inertia" in international negotiations since the TRIPs Agreement in 1995, with "almost religious" differences between some countries.

But, said...

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