Importance of intellectual property to business activities
During a three-year observation period, the percentage of enterprises for which specific business activities related to intellectual property were: very important, important, somewhat important, or not at all important. Business activities include: research and development (R&D), innovation, product (goods or services) development, secure funds from external investment sources, export of goods or services, import of goods or services, marketing and promotion, brand protection, maintaining competitiveness, and entering new markets.
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