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However, to optimize fully their potential, SMEs need to adequately protect and commercialize their intellectual creations. This is where intellectual property (IP) rights come into play. (...) Assistance on IP commercialization A national strategy that supports IP commercialization is particularly important, as the ability to drive economic growth through SMEs is determined, to a large extent, by the commercialization of IP assets. (...) A national strategy that supports IP commercialization is particularly important, as the ability to drive economic growth through SMEs is determined, to a large extent, by the commercialization of IP assets.
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Score: 1112978.9 - https://www.wipo.int/wipo_maga...e/en/2021/03/article_0008.html
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Microsoft PowerPoint - 7 Wednesday - Session 4 (Negotiation of tax treaties II) 1 Negotiation of tax treaties to prevent base erosion with respect to rent and royalties (II) http://www.un.org/esa/ffd/ Capacity Building Unit Financing for Development Office Department of Economic and Social Affairs Wednesday, 8 November 2017 (Session 4) 2 Overview • Withholding tax on rent for immovable property • Withholding tax on royalties – The definition of royalties – The treatment of payments for the use of equipment – Rate of tax allowed by treaty • Administrative aspects 3 Withholding tax on rent for immovable property • Under almost all treaties, rent for immovable property are taxable without any restriction by the State in which the immovable property is located • Most countries provide for a withholding tax on gross payments of rent and payments of resource royalties to non-residents • Domestic law provisions may, however, provide for a deduction of expenses in the case of some types of immovable property 4 Withholding tax on rent for immovable property • Also, a few treaties include an elective provision for net taxation, e.g. United States 2006 Model: 2 5 Withholding tax on rent for immovable property • Such domestic law and treaty provisions that allow the deduction of expenses might raise some base erosion concerns, e.g. − mortgage interest that would be paid abroad would be deductible but would not be sourced in the State where the immovable property is located (unless Art. 11(5) is made applicable to such interest) − branch tax that might be applicable to PE profits (if allowed by the treaty) would not seem to be applicable to such net immovable property income − Base erosion concerns may also arise in the case of REITs domestic tax regimes that treat REIT distributions as dividends for treaty purposes 6 Withholding tax on rent for immovable property • Although the second sentence of Art. 7(3) refers to royalties and interest but not to rent for immovable property, no deduction in the form a “notional rent” for immovable property should be allowed in computing the business profits of a PE since such “notional rent” would not be income from immovable property under Art. 6 and would therefore not be taxable 7 Example • PCo is a company resident of State R that owns a building situated in State S • From 2010 to 2015, the building was rented by SCo, a company resident of State S that was a subsidiary of PCo. (...) Neither can equipment include intellectual property, immovable property covered by Article 6, or property covered by Article 8.
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Score: 1112219 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...RR_D2_4_Negotiation-DTT-II.pdf
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Rumen Dobrinsky Deputy Director UNECE Economic Cooperation and Integration Division "Knowledge-based Development: Good Practices and Policies for the SPECA Region" PDF   Session 1: Intellectual Property Rights The Role of Intellectual Property in Promoting Innovation and Economic Growth Mr. (...) Victor Korsun Deputy Executive Director Science and Technology Center in Ukraine   PDF Commercialization of Intellectual Property Rights     Mr. (...) Ilya Gribkov Assistant Programme Officer World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)   PDF Mr. Adylbek Akhmatov Kyrgyz State University of Construction, Transport and Architecture   PDF Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights - International Aspects     Mr.
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Score: 1110957 - https://unece.org/speca/events...nancing-innovative-enterprises
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The creation of amalgamations of commercial and/or non-commercial organizations in the form of associations and unions is permitted. (...) By agreement of the exiting participant with the remaining participants, payment of the value of the property may be replaced by turning over property in kind. (...) By agreement of the exiting participant with the remaining participants, payment of the value of the property may be replaced by turning over property in kind.
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Score: 1110005.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/tjk_e/WTACCTJK13A1_LEG_1.pdf
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Keywords: trademark, exhaustion of intellectual property rights, parallel imports, competition policy, intellectual property policy, Serbia 1. (...) A trademark holder shall not be entitled to control or to oppose further commercial distribution or resale of such product under his trademark. area of enforcement and infringements of intellectual property rights in Serbia. (...) Secondly, Serbian intellectual property regulations are highly influenced by the EU acquis and EU intellectual property policy.
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Score: 1109018.75 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...s_e/2019/chapter_17_2019_e.pdf
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WTO | International Trade Statistics 2015 - Trade in commercial services WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION Home   |  About WTO   |  News & events   |  Trade topics   |  WTO membership   |  Documents & resources   |  External relations Contact us   |  Site map   |  A-Z   |  Search español   français home resources statistics international trade statistics 2015 Trade in commercial services STATISTICS : INTERNATIONAL TRADE STATISTICS 2015 Trade in commercial services The complete publication “International trade statistics 2015” can be ordered from the WTO online bookshop or can be downloaded by clicking the links below. (...) Table III.1  World trade in commercial services by category, 2014    Table III.2 Growth of commercial services exports by category and by region, 2005-2014 back to top 2. (...) Table III.11  World trade in other commercial services by region, 2014    Table III.12  Leading exporters and importers of other commercial services, 2014   back to top 5.1 Construction  Documents listed here are downloadable in MS Excel format.
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Score: 1104741.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...5_e/its15_trade_category_e.htm
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The international experience suggests that effective commercialization of R&D results requires a regulatory and institutional setup which fosters collaboration between the academia and the business sector. In particular, clear legal definition and protection of intellectual property rights, targeted financial support to patenting, consultative services to would-be entrepreneurs and the development of innovation support institutions could contribute to removing the existing bottlenecks at various stages of commercialization. (...) Ralph Heinrich (intellectual property matters) Tel.: (+4122) 917 1269 E-mail: ralph.heinrich@unece.org Mr.
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Score: 1103797.9 - https://unece.org/media/Econom...ness-Policies-(ICP)/press/1636
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GENERAL TRADE/2004/7 4 March 2004 Original: ENGLISH ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE COMMITTEE FOR TRADE, INDUSTRY AND ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT Eighth session, 11, 13 and 14 May 2004 Item 5.2 of the provisional agenda WORK ON INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL AND LEGAL PRACTICES */ Note by the secretariat This paper highlights the most important achievements of the Working Party on International Legal and Commercial Practice (WP.5) during 2003 and gives an overview of the activities envisaged in 2004-2007. (...) Despite the range of its activities, WP.5 has kept its focus on improving the institutional, legal and commercial practices for economic competitiveness and poverty alleviation 3. (...) The capacity building and reform activity will be focused on the following areas where WP.5 has long and well-recognised expertise: · Enforcement of intellectual property rights and their accessibility to new partners such as SMEs, as envisaged in the forthcoming regional conference on “Intellectual Property Exploitation in the Internet Era”, April 1-2 2004, Warsaw, Poland as well as in consultative meetings, seminars, and training. · More effective use of land and property rights for poverty alleviation and economic development as envisaged in the ongoing work of the High Level Panel and in the third Land for Development Forum in Rome to be held in November 2004. · New financing techniques for implementation of public private partnerships for infrastructure in the region as, for example, in the regular PPP Alliance meetings (see below), and in training and capacity building programmes.
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Score: 1103553.3 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/trade/ctied8/trd-04-07e.doc
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The Applicant, in her 2006, 2011 and 2012 financial disclosure forms, answered “no” to the question asking if to the best of her knowledge her spouse or dependent children had any interest in entities dealing with UNFPA, thereby failing to disclose her husband’s association with [Company 1, LLC], a company the Applicant was required to have dealings with on behalf of UNFPA and that had a commercial interest in the work of UNFPA during those years; e. (...) Accordingly, the Applicant’s former FRO made the decision to lease storage space from the Applicant’s family with the full knowledge that the owners of the property were related to the Applicant. The Applicant and her former FRO, the then Operations Manager, provided all this information to the investigators but none of it was included in the investigation report. 34. (...) The Respondent neither challenged this evidence with respect to overhead costs or the square metre cost of commercial storage, nor did he produce any evidence that was contrary to the assertions made by the Applicant’s former FRO. 62.
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Score: 1102274.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-015.pdf
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The obligations in Part III are applicable to acts of infringement of geographical indications by virtue of the use of the term “intellectual property” in Part III and the definition of “intellectual property” in Article 1.2 .” (217) 2. (...) The second sentence provides for an optional extension to “other infringements of intellectual property rights”. This is a reference both to goods that infringe trademarks and copyright without constituting counterfeit trademark goods or pirated copyright goods, as well as to goods that infringe other categories of intellectual property rights, such as patents. (...) In China — Intellectual Property Rights , the Panel also clarified that Article 59 , when understood in context with Article 51 , expressly allows Members, as an option, to provide for procedures at the border for other infringing goods: “The second sentence provides for an optional extension to “other infringements of intellectual property rights”.
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Score: 1102045.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...nalytic_index_e/trips_03_e.htm
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