The DepEd and WIPO
recognize the "importance of inculcating and boosting excellence in creative thinking, innovation, and invention of appropriate technologies that will address the needs of local communities and promote their sustainable development."
experts participated in this conference were come from Switzerland, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Myanmar, Malaysia, United Kingdom and Indonesia.
chief, for his part, lauded Iran's progress in various fields, including the knowledge-based enterprises and startup companies.
top universities around the world to offer WIPO
Minelik Getahun, Assistant Director General of the Global Issues Sector of WIPO
who has been invited by the Government of Sri Lanka to participate in the national workshop and G-15 member States workshop on Traditional Knowledge, and Sri Lanka's celebration of 'World IP Day' to be held in the week of 24th April 2016 in Colombo.
's inaugural meeting and general assembly, HE Al Shehhi delivered a speech that highlighted the UAE's great strides in developing an intellectual property system that has played a key role in the move to build a sustainable competitive economy based on knowledge and innovation and in compliance with the set objectives and goals of UAE Vision 2021.
"The rapid growth in international patent applications underscores the increasing importance of intellectual property as it moves from the periphery to the centre of the global economic system" WIPO
Director General Francis Gurry said.
The EEC started cooperating with WIPO
in the field of intellectual property after last year's working meeting between EEC Minister of Economy and Financial Policy Timur Suleimenov and WIPO
Director General Francis Gurry that outlined the main cooperation areas for the two organizations.
Also attending the ceremony were Wang Binying, Deputy Director General of WIPO
, Antony Taubman, Director of the Intellectual Property Division of the World Trade Organization, and Chen Hongbing, Counsellor, Permanent Mission of the People's Republic of China to the United Nations Office at Geneva and other International Organizations in Switzerland.
The approved budget will reallocate resources for two new WIPO
external offices for China and the Russian Federation.
gathered application data from patent and trademark offices around the world, breaking it down by industry sector and country.
Part II briefly describes the terms "development" and "developing countries," and Part III discusses the extent to which the concept of development has permeated discussions and actual norm-making at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO
) and the World Trade Organization (WTO), (2) while Part IV presents some final observations.