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UK IPO sets out three-year plan

James Nurton, London

Research on the impact of IP infringement on business and society, on the tools used to educate and enforce, and on IP markets and finance for investment are at the heart of the UK IP Office’s research and evaluation priorities for the coming year

The priorities, published on Friday, underpin the IPO’s Corporate Plan 2014-2017.

The Corporate Plan includes objectives agreed by ministers and laid before Parliament. For 2014-15 the targets include: 

Speed up handling of patent applications, including by meeting 90%...

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