MJIEL Vol 5 Issue 2 2008 - A5

Abstract: This paper critically examines how the United States Trade Representative (USTR) in its latest Special 301 report (announced on April 25, 2008) evaluated the progress of intellectual property rights (IPR) protection in Egypt and other Arab countries. The USTR is asked to report and comment on the adequacy and effectiveness of IPR protection within the U.S.-trading partners. In particular, it is required to determine whether the acts, policies and practices of foreign countries deny adequate and effective protection of IPR or deny fair and equitable market access for U.S. individuals and companies that rely upon intellectual property protection.


Please Sign in if already registered Subscriber.
Or
Please Register and make the necessary subscription payment to activate your account.
Adobe Reader