Aalto University study: Experiences in the exploitation of IPR in Russia and four Eurasian countries

4.11.2015
The study commissioned by Papula-Nevinpat examines the experiences of Finnish companies in the exploitation of intellectual property rights in Russia and four Eurasian countries, which are Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. The aim of this study is to provide up-to-date and important information on Finnish companies’ intellectual property rights in Russia and the above Eurasian countries.

Read the summary here.

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Markku Simmelvuo, CEO, +358 40 545 4484

Marika Kojo, Communicatons Manager, +358 400 816 384

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