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Trump team looks to trade deals to protect intellectual property

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Three-year strategy of outgoing administration looks abroad to patch holes in IP protection

The US government will primarily use bilateral trade talks to protect the nation’s intellectual property, according to a strategy laid out by the outgoing Trump administration.

The 2020-23 Joint Strategic Plan on Intellectual Property, developed by the White House’s intellectual property enforcement office and published on 9 November, is designed to steer government-wide efforts.

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