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Out of Print A perception lingers among investors that the Arab countries of the Middle East and North Africa fail to adequately protect and enforce intellectual property rights. However, as this compilation reveals, all these countries do in fact more than meet international standards in the legal protection of copyrights, patents, trademarks, and integrated circuit design. This collection of relevant instruments, in English translations, intends to inspire confidence and spur the successful marketing of products throughout the Arab world.;For each of 17 Arab countries (plus Palestine and the Gulf Co-operation Council), this work gives transnational businesses and their counsel complete details in such areas of practice as the following: eligibility for protection; registration and renewal procedures; dispute resolution; succession of rights; enforcement of penalties for infringement; and administrative and judicial remedies. Most of these countries will eventually be bound by the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPs). In the meantime, however - and for the many potential situations not contemplated by TRIPs - this book should be of value to business executives, practitioners, and law students interested in the economic integration of the Arab countries into the multilateral trading system.