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In the shadow of the China-Australia FTA negotiations : what Australian business thinks about IP

Author: Anne Leahy; Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research.; et al
Publisher: Melbourne, Vic. : Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research, University of Melbourne, 2007.
Series: Melbourne Institute working paper, no. 26/07.
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"This study collated responses from a survey of over 2,100 businesses across Australia to assess the extent of both their business dealings with China and their commercial interest in IP. The survey results reveal that among Australian businesses which have direct business dealings with China, IP issues (registration, examination and enforcement) are of less concern than Chinese regulations and legal transparency.  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Anne Leahy; Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research.; et al
ISBN: 9780734032584 0734032587
OCLC Number: 271323031
Notes: "September 2007".
Description: 29 p. ; 21 cm.
Series Title: Melbourne Institute working paper, no. 26/07.
Responsibility: Anne Leahy ... [et al.].

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"This study collated responses from a survey of over 2,100 businesses across Australia to assess the extent of both their business dealings with China and their commercial interest in IP. The survey results reveal that among Australian businesses which have direct business dealings with China, IP issues (registration, examination and enforcement) are of less concern than Chinese regulations and legal transparency. Among the IP issues covered in the survey, IP enforcement poses the greatest problem for Australian businesses."--Publisher's website.

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