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IPR

Abbreviation for:
immediate phase reaction
independent professional review
individual performance review 
intellectual property rights
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However, it is imperative to keep the young generation aware about the role that intellectual property rights (patents, trademarks, industrial designs, copyright) play in encouraging innovation and creativity.
Meanwhile, Al Shamsi lauded the two associations' commitment towards the protection of intellectual property rights, which is seen as an important element in the country's efforts to promote a culture of innovation.
He said that government should protect and vigorously enforce intellectual property rights (IPRs) besides providing a congenial and protected environment to improve the image of Pakistan as a responsible and intellectual property compliant nation.
Pakistan is a member of the WTO and signatory to the Trade - Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) Agreement.
To this end, the Asean IPA is set to hold a three-day conference among regional intellectual property rights practitioners at the Crown Plaza Hotel in Pasig City on April 20-22 to highlight the concerns and challenges facing the sector.
The smuggling of counterfeit goods has been on a downward trend in the past two years, as Dubai Customs is playing a primary role in stopping the movement of fake goods and all attempts that violate intellectual property rights (IPR).
The International Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (the ''TRIPS Agreement'') set out the enforcement measures in domestic legislation for its member countries.
Yet a quarter of the businesses surveyed by the FSB with intellectual property rights (25 per cent) suffered some sort of violation or wrongdoing within the last five years.
'INTELLECTUAL property rights' -- three words that summarise one of humanity's informational blind-spots and one of our most significant moral quandaries.
The intellectual property rights are protected in the Customs procedure stipulated by the Law on customs measures for protection of the intellectual property rights.
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