The GIPC International IP Index, 3rd Edition, 2015 Report was released yesterday by the Global Intellectual Property Center (GIPC) of the US Chamber of Commerce, Washington DC. Thirty (30) countries were covered (vs. 25 countries in the 2014 Report) and assessed on six IP categories:
Focus or zoom in on the top four and bottom four. If the Philippines was included in this study, its score would most likely be within the range of Thailand and Indonesia.
There is a positive news for the Philippines, though.
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