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*******www.ProfitableTradingTips**** - China and Intellectual Property Rights The subject of China and intellectual property rights came up again in the news the other day.
8 Oct 2011
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The Chinese government, through the medium of a document it issued earlier this week, has revealed its desire to improve the protection of Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs), an issue reflecting at the center of trade matters with the United States (US).
20 Dec 2019
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Texans are extremely vulnerable to condemnation by a vast number of entities through eminent domain proceedings under current Texas law. Learn more in this Texas Farm Bureau video.
25 Mar 2009
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MSMEs or Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises that play a vital role in growing a country’s economy often lose out when it comes to the safety of their ideas and strategies.
19 Sep 2019
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Intellectual property lawyers are skilled and well-versed in intellectual property law and help protect and preserve intellectual property from being misused, and mistreated Intellectual property includes creations of the mind (ideas, concepts, plans, names, etc, ) such as 1. Inventions 2. Literature and art, 3. Concepts and designs, 4. Symbols and logos, 5. Names, 6. Images, and so on From a commercial point of view, intellectual property includes 1. Patented inventions, 2. Trademarks, 3. Industrial concepts, and 4. Copyrights The primary tasks carried out by Intellectual property agents are: 1. Protecting intellectual property, 2. Filing appeals, 3. Enforcing intellectual property law,etc • Protecting Intellectual Property– IP Agents do everything legal related to protecting intellectual property to protect plans, concepts, names and ideas from being used without consent • Filing appeals – They help clients file applications and appeals to get their property legally protected from competitors, and other business risks • Enforcing Intellectual property Law – IP Agents can take legal action and enforce legal measures on entities that -Misuse protected property, -Useproperty without consent, or -Use property in non-compliance with terms of use In addition to these duties, Intellectual property agents also acquire legal means to protect trade secrets, to improve morality and enhance economic growth Visit yellowpages-uae com to Contact Intellectual Property Rights Agents in UAE i e at *******www yellowpages-uae com/uae/intellectual-property-registration-agents
7 Apr 2017
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Facebook is a very good platform for all the creative personals in the world. This is a platform that lets you earn money from your creativity and also lets you know what is intellectual property rights. To know more about intellectual property rights, just dial Facebook technical support and get help. Our toll-free number is 1-844-659-2999.
12 Jun 2019
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National Board of Revenue (NBR), Bangladesh has recently enforced the Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) rules for import and export goods, to prohibit entry and outflow of products that are violating IPRs to and from the nation.
16 Dec 2019
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14 Oct 2012
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What exactly are socialism, capitalism and democracy? Socialism, whether of the socialist, fascist or communist variety, is government ownership or control of business, whereas capitalism is private ownership and control of business. Democracy simply means voting or majority rule. Socialism is characterized by weak or non-existent property right, high tariffs, high taxes and heavy regulation of business. Capitalism is characterized by strong property rights, free trade, low taxes and light regulation of business. Socialism and capitalism are opposites. All the countries of the world fall along a continuum from most socialist with unlimited governmental control of the economy to most capitalist with less governmental control of the economy.
3 Jan 2012
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The Economic Freedom of the World reports is a 20 year old project supported by Nobel-prize winning economist Milton Friedman and the Fraser and Cato Institutes. The annual report measures economic freedom in 123 countries of the world. 38 objective measures of economic freedom are used including: the size of government relative to the economy, protections for private property rights, the soundness of the country's money, the extent of trade regulation and tariffs, the level of taxation and the extent of regulation of business, labor and capital markets. Each of the 123 countries is ranked from most to least economically free. There is not enough information to include some countries, including Cuba and North Korea. The complete report can be seen at www.freetheworld****. The report shows a direct link between economic freedom and a country's wealth. Countries that adopt capitalism, that is, countries with sound money, private property, free trade, low taxes and less regulation of business tend to be very wealthy. Countries that adopt socialism, whether of the socialist, fascist or communist variety, that is countries with governments that own or control the farms, factories, shops and banks, tend to be very poor. If you are lucky enough to live in one of the 25 most capitalistic countries, your average annual income is over $26,000, you can expect to live almost to the age of 76 and there is less than a one percent chance that your child will die in infancy. If you are unlucky enough to live in one of the 25 most socialistic countries, your average annual income of about $2800, you can expect to die before you are 54 years old and your child has over an 8% chance of dying in infancy. The Economic Freedom of the World report found that the poorest 10% in the 25 most capitalistic nations had incomes of about $6900 per year. The poorest 10% in the 25 most socialistic nations had incomes of about $800 per year. Good luck feeding your family on $800 per year. And notice this amazing fact: The poorest 10% in the capitalist countries had incomes over 240% greater than the average incomes in the socialist countries.
3 Jan 2012
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The 10 most capitalistic countries in the world are Hong Kong, #1, Singapore, #2, New Zealand, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States, tied for #3, Australia and Canada, tied for #7, and Ireland and Luxembourg, tied for #9. The 3 functions of government in a free, capitalistic country are to provide a military force to protect the country from foreign attack, to provide police to protect citizens from assault, arson, fraud, theft, homicide and other common law crimes and to provide courts to administer criminal laws, protect property rights, enforce contracts and settle disputes. A small national sales tax, especially on vices such as liquor, cigarettes and gambling, is used in place of a complex and intrusive income tax. In a free society, all businesses, including schools and post offices, are privately owned. Welfare is handled by churches and private citizens to the maximum extent workable and practical. Capitalism is based on Thomas Jefferson's belief that the government which governs least governs best. Jefferson wrote that the role of government was to "restrain men from injuring one another" and "leave them otherwise free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement". Jefferson would have agreed with Ronald Reagan that government is not the solution to the problem, government is the problem. The founding fathers guaranteed political rights to all Americans--the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, the right to own property and to trade freely, the freedoms of religion, speech, press and assembly. Notice that these political rights do not involve the use of force against other members of society. President Franklin Roosevelt in 1941, in his State of the Union address to Congress, introduced what he called a second bill of rights, a so-called economic bill of rights, including--the right to a remunerative job, the right to earn enough to provide adequate food, clothing and recreation, the right to a decent home, the right to adequate medical care, the right to adequate protection from the economic fears of old age, sickness, accident, and unemployment, the right to a good education. Ayn (rhymes with mine) Rand in her book, Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal, explains the fallacy of so-called economic rights and why capitalism is the only just and moral economic system. Education, jobs, homes and health care do not exist in a state of nature. They require human effort and creativity to produce. When someone asserts a right to an education, a job or to health care, the question is: "At whose expense?" Ayn Rand writes: "If some men are entitled by right to the products of the work of others, it means that those others are deprived of rights and condemned to slave labor."..."There can be no such thing as 'the right to enslave'."
4 Jan 2012
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The main idea of the United States Constitution, which was ratified in 1788, was to limit the powers of the federal government. For the first time in history the powers of a national government were limited to a list of enumerated powers. Article I, section 8 lists these powers, for example, to coin money, to issue patents, to declare war, to support an army and navy. A Bill of Rights was added at the insistence of those who feared federal power. The Bill of Rights was considered an iron-clad guarantee that the federal government would not expand its powers beyond those listed in article I, section 8. The Tenth Amendment in the Bill of Rights provides that any powers not specifically delegated to the United States are reserved to the states and to the people. Limiting the powers of the federal government to a list of specific powers is known as the Doctrine of Enumerated Powers. By limiting the powers of the federal and state governments, the founding fathers created the freest and most capitalistic country to ever exist in the world. Many Americans do not realize what a radical idea the Constitution was. For the first time in history a government was established which guaranteed property rights and which limited the powers of the government to specific, enumerated powers. The economic results of creating the world's freest country would transform the world. Inventions in the fields of agriculture, manufacturing, transportation, communication and medicine would increase the wealth and productivity of the world more than all the inventions in prior history. For 150 years, from 1788 to 1937, the Supreme Court limited the powers of the federal government to those enumerated in the Constitution. The Tenth Amendment was enforced as written and as originally intended, reserving all powers not specifically granted to the federal government to the states and to the people.
4 Jan 2012
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