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While the Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC) reflects on its triumphs of 2012, which reportedly includes the prosecution of 31 copyright cases, the arrest of 85 suspected pirates and confiscation of 3,621,787 million units of …

China’s endeavor to generate millions of new patents in forthcoming years – as evidenced by a move from a “made in China” to a “designed in China” economic model – will inhibit standards of …

In spite of China’s recent attempts to clean up its image as the protector of intellectual property rights (IPRs), and not the propagator of its violations, it still seems to have a long way …

U.S. Assistant Secretary for Economic and Business Affairs Jose W. Fernandez, called on China to devote greater resources and effort towards preventing the theft of U.S. intellectual property. Fernandez presented to a business audience …

Dr. Umar Bindir, Director General of the National Office for Technology Acquisition and Promotion (NOTAP), recently disclosed plans to link all Intellectual Property Technology Transfer Offices (IPTTOs) in Nigeria to the public libraries.  Bindir …

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