Opinion: "Tax laws penalising Brazilian companies that buy new technologies from abroad need to be revised - and quickly"
The government of Brazil is no longer denying the necessity of protecting intellectual property rights. However, it still needs to fully understand the issue and the importance of IP as an asset of individuals, companies and the State. The government must also analyse the role of IP rights in the context of international trade.
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