Intellectual property ownership inside and outside of Canada, by business characteristics
Percentage of different types of intellectual property owned by enterprises inside and outside of Canada. Intellectual property is a distinct form of creative endeavor such as an invention, literary and artistic work, image or design that may be protected by formal legislation or the common law (e.g., a patent, trademark, copyright, industrial design, integrated circuit topography, plant breeders' rights, geographical indications) or that has provided commercial value (e.g., know-how, trade secrets).
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