Saudi Arabia thus shows that healthcare innovation happens throughout the world. The work of Saudi entrepreneurs holds promise for solving both economic and health challenges in the Kingdom.
Global health agency Unitaid has helped millions in low- and middle-income countries through its constructive and collaborative approach to intellectual property rights (IPRs).
The Bangkok Insight covers the latest Geneva Network Report, “Thailand must raise intellectual property protection standards”.
The Bangkok Post, “Improved IP rights crucial to progress” has covered the latest report on intellectual property rights. “Thailand is among the Asean countries that must raise their intellectual property rights (IPR) frameworks and enforcement mechanisms in line with global standards in order to join
Laurence Todd, Director of IDEAS Malaysia appeared on Bernama News Channel to discuss the findings of our joint report on the importance of IPRs for ASEAN Development. Click here to see the full news item.
The Business Inquirer of the Philippines article on the Geneva Network’s intellectual report, “Trade secrets not so secret in PH”. Trade secrets get the least protection in the Philippines compared to the rest of Southeast Asia, at a time when the digital age has made
The Business World reports on the latest Geneva Network Report, “Philippine IP protections lag as regional economies shift to higher-value businesses”. THE Philippines is “way behind” on intellectual property (IP) rights protections, a crucial consideration for investors deciding to put money in the country, the
This report argues that intellectual property rights (IPRs) are key to ASEAN development. It is a collaboration between five think tanks from four ASEAN countries.