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This paper starts with a simple and brief introduction of Intellectual Property Rights.Intellectual property gives certain right to some individual to exclude others from theuse of specific intangible creations-innovations for a certain period of time. Thesecreations take the form of tangible products. The Law gives protection to the intangiblecreations like ideas, technical solutions. This implies that the owner of a patent canprevent the manufacture, use or sale of the patented product in the countries where thepatent has been registered. This explains why intellectual property rights may have adirect and substantial impact on industry and trade.



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