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  • Creating Asia’s IP hub

    Daren Tang, IPOS chief executive, answers Managing IP’s questions about IP reform in Singapore, the TPP and ASEAN

  • Courts get stricter in Australia and Singapore

    Paul Dewar of Davies Collison Cave Law Pty Ltd and Desmond Tan of Davies Collison Cave LLP provide overviews of the most important developments in IP in Australia and Singapore, including a series of important court decisions

  • The contentious monopoly

    Standard essential patents have long been a hot topic in China. Hou Guang and Jia Hongbo of Liu Shen & Associates explain the history and analyse recent developments

  • How to file trade marks in Japan

    Tomohiro Gyoda and Satoko Kubo of Shiga International Patent Office offer some tips to trade mark applicants to help them avoid costly office actions

  • Taxing software transactions

    Romeo H Duran of Sapalo Velez Bundang and Bulilan explains how transactions involving software are taxed in the Philippines


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Emerging markets file more patents than the west https://t.co/FkQVfMMKyk via @FT (£)

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