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Submission + - 13 Countries to Hit USTR's 'Priority Watch List' (

hapworth writes: "The International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA) has submitted a report on the top 40 countries guilty of piracy to The Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR), which is preparing for its annual “Special 301” report. This report describes the adequacy and effectiveness of US trading partners’ protection of intellectual property rights. Among the 40 countries suggested by the IIPA for the watch list, 13 were recommended for placement on the USTR's "Priority Watch List." These countries include Argentina, Canada, Chile, China, India, Indonesia, Russia, Costa Rica, the Philippines, Spain, Ukraine, and Vietnam. While previous reports have focused on physical piracy, this year's emphasizes cracking down on online piracy."
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13 Countries to Hit USTR's 'Priority Watch List'

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