Country ranked fourth in registering double-digit growth in IP filings.

By bne IntelliNews January 9, 2012
Malaysia was ranked fourth out of the Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN) member states in registering double-digit growth in intellectual property (IP) filings. As reported by Bernama.com, IP filings increased significantly worldwide in 2010, accentuating global innovation initiatives driven mainly by the United States and China despite the global economic crisis. The increase in IP filings reflected innovation across the globe despite the difficult economic conditions. This is likely to create new jobs and generate prosperity once macro-economic stability is restored.

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