Saudi Arabia defends IP system despite TRIPS breach
Saudi Arabia breached TRIPS over beoutQ, WTO finds
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The Saudi Authority for Intellectual Property (SAIP) will block 231 websites that violate IP, preventing them from being accessed in the Kingdom, following a World Trade Organization (WTO) report that criticised the country’s IP regime.
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