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A Country Awakes

Issued: June 01 2009

For decades, Indonesia has featured prominently as a major source of widespread IP rights violations. However, the world’s fourth-most-populous country is slowly awakening to the idea that IP can be put to good use, such as protecting a thriving domestic technological and cultural heritage. George W Russell reports.

 

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