Patent policy principles for the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement
A balanced patent system is designed to encourage those inventions which would not otherwise occur and where the social benefits exceed the social costs. "Strong" IP means strong barriers to competition. The goal should be minimal disruption of competition consistent with achieving the policy goals. That is, patent policy must be consistent with Article 5 of the Competition Principles Agreement. This can be achieved with a patent system with the following elements: * A clear objectives...[Show more]
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