How intellectual property helps ASEAN make its mark
Aleli Angela G. Quirino
President of the ASEAN Intellectual Property Association
Juicy Guimaras mangoes, aromatic kampot pepper and elaborate Lamphun brocade silk are shining examples of this region’s natural and cultural riches — and their worldwide recognition also demonstrates how ASEAN countries can gain from protecting intellectual property rights.
With the establishment of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) in late 2015, the nations in Southeas...
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