Книга: Christopher Arup «The World Trade Organization Knowledge Agreements»

The World Trade Organization Knowledge Agreements

The WTO intellectual property and services agreements (TRIPs and GATS) form the global legal framework in which governments regulate trade in knowledge. Christopher Arup analyses the provisions of the agreements, examines closely their implementation and revision and assesses the future of the WTO as a global law-making institution.

Издательство: "Cambridge University Press" (2008)

ISBN: 9780521881234

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