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Intellectual Property Rights offences now affect everything that is manufactured and has a commercial value, touching all sectors from horticulture to the auto industry to pharmaceuticals. The offenders keep pace with the latest technology and with trends in the global market. The objectives are profit at any price and maximum cost-effectiveness, with total disregard for humanitarian considerations. The creative community is robbed of reward for effort and innovation. The incentive to invest is reduced. Consumers are increasingly being harmed by unsafe counterfeit products ultimately leading to a loss of consumer confidence. Piracy and counterfeiting inflict great personal losses on creators and owners of intellectual property.

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The Scientist, the Patent and the Mangoes - Tripling the Mango Yield in the Philippines

By Elizabeth March, WIPO Magazine Editorial Team** Source: WIPO Magazine Issue No. 6/2008 dated June 2008
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