Do patents really block industrial development in LDCs?

a case study of abandoning patents in the Turkish pharmaceutical industry. by A. S. Kirim

Publisher: School of Development Studies, University of East Anglia in Norwich

Written in English
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SeriesOccasional paper / University of East Anglia School of Development Studies -- No.24
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Open LibraryOL13809158M

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Do patents really block industrial development in LDCs. relationship between patent protection and economic development in LDCs.-from Author in the Red Data Book of Turkish Plants. please examine some industrial development processes more concretely.

In the case of India, your economy is very complex. You have some high tech industries and highly trained engineers. Patents starting to expire It’s an interesting time there, too, as 3D printing has been with us for 30 years and that means a good number of the early patents have begun to expire.

A patent grants exclusive rights for a period of time to an inventor for their invention. Once patented with the USPTO, others are prevented from making, using, or selling the patented invention.

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