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Trips Agreement Ppt Presentation

(d) industrial designs (e) patents, including the protection of new plant varieties. (f) Layout designs integrated circuits and (g) Undisclosed information, including trade secrets and test data The TRIPS Agreement has three main features: (a) standards: under TRIPS, each Member State should provide for minimum standards for the protection of all objects of the IpR. 2 Structure Introduction Basic principles of TRIPSTypes of intellectual property rights (treaty in the TRIPS Agreement) Overview of the TRIPS Agreement Institutional arrangements Consequences for public order Provisions relating to developing countries Conclusion 6 Relationship between the TRIPS Agreements and other IP treaties Complies with standards and is in line with multilateral conventions managed by WIPO. the adoption of various agreements in WIPO in the TRIPS Agreement allows WTO bodies to interpret them 21 Conclusion of high-innovation agreements and remains the most comprehensive international agreement on intellectual property to date. Overall, this has worked well, but it must continue to implement far-reaching provisions, especially when it comes to important public policy issues TRIPS agreements When the WTO was created, it resulted in 18 specific agreements that all members must respect. It is essential that members agree on all these agreements. The most comprehensive multilateral agreement is the Trade Agreement on Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS), which entered into force in 1995. 12 Patents The TRIPS Agreement obliges Member States to make available to Member States patents for all inventions, whether products or processes, without discrimination in all fields of technology, subject to novelty, inventiveness and industrial invention must be new, useful and non-obvious The Agreement allows countries to exclude inventions from patentability for the following reasons: inventions necessary for the protection of public order or morality; for the protection of human, animal or plant life or health or to avoid serious damage to the environment… The product and the product design process can be patented. For example, if a person has invented an electric lock that is a new innovation, that is functional and shows inventive abilities, then it can be patented.. .

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