As intellectual property rights establish deeper roots in the foundations of the global economy, countries — especially in post-industrial Europe, North America and the Far East — are coming under increasing pressure to modernize their systems for enforcing IP rights.

While all countries have struggled to balance the conflicting imperatives of collective innovation and individual IP rights, some have done better than others.

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