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New Tunisian standard on "management of Innovation and Intellectual Property," launched.

31/07/2019 12:27, TUNIS/Tunisia

(TAP) - The National Institute of Standardisation and Intellectual Property (INNORPI) launched Wednesday, a new Tunisian standard on the management of Innovation and Intellectual Property (NT 110,500), serving the competitiveness of national enterprises.

This standard is dedicated to enterprises that own assets and notions of intellectual property (start-ups, SMEs, public and private sector organisations, academic entities, etc.), INNORPI said in a press release.

Developed by recognised experts in the field, this standard aims to disseminate best practices in intellectual property strategies.

It is considered innovative because it encourages a better consideration of the intellectual property aspects that are determinants of the enterprise's competitiveness and growth, says the same source.

Intellectual property is defined as the set of exclusive rights granted to intellectual creations.

According to INNORPI, a well-thought-out intellectual property policy plays a key role in the development of an enterprise.

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Date:Jul 31, 2019
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