Intellectual Property law in SAARC

  • February 13, 2017
  • Registrationwala
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Intellectual property law (IP law) is the law that deals with rights under the protection of those who creates original work. This involves trademark, patent, copyright. These laws are made for the encouragement of new technology and inventions. People know that their creative work will be protected. They create jobs, develop new technology, make processes more efficient, and create beauty.

South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC)� is the intergovernmental union in south Asia. It is a geopolitical organization to promote mutual progress and development between amongst the seven members India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, and Maldives. Main aim of SAARC countries is to promote welfare economics and self-reliance.�

Patents in SAARC countries

Most of the SAARC countries have patent protection in order to provide protection in innovation. This protection are provided according to certain rules and regulation in the respective countries. There has increased in the norms of the countries. Improvements in technology and economic reforms have helped them evolve more.���

For more information about Intellectual Property law visit http://knowledge-base.registrationwala.com/ipr-services

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