SABIP axed in UK government efficiency drive
The UK government is to close down its Strategic Advisory Board for Intellectual Property policy as part of a quango-cutting exercise
Business Secretary Vince Cable said that SABIP would close within a year and that its functions will be transferred to the Intellectual Property Office.
SABIP was set up just two years ago following a recommendation by the Gowers Review of...
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