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Changes to Intellectual Property Rights and Their Challenges in Cambodia, Laos, and Myanmar
JETRO
2024.02.02
Many nations, especially the least developed countries, have taken significant efforts to align their legislation with the Intellectual Property (IP) rules set by the World Trade Organization under the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS). This Agreement establishes the minimum standards for protecting creations of the mind, such as inventions, literary and musical works, designs, and trademarks. Following these rules can increase the innovation, economic growth, and foreign investment. This article reviews how Cambodia, Laos, and Myanmar are making changes to their IP systems to meet the TRIPS requirements. It focuses on recent developments and challenges associated with the TRIPS compliance.