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The Morrison Government is moving ahead with copyright reforms, announcing changes to provide a more flexible and adaptable framework that will better support the needs of Australians to access content in an increasingly digital environment.
A draft legal framework for basic standards in the publishing industry has been issued for consultation by the National Book Council. The draft incorporates the European Union's Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single-Market.
A draft amendment to China's Copyright Law was submitted to the country's top legislature for a second reading on Saturday.
The implementation process of The Gambia Intellectual Property (IP) Policy and Strategy 2018-2023, under the Office of Registrar General at the Ministry of Justice is currently underway.
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South Korea's annual exports of cultural goods exceeded US$10 billion won for the first time in 2019, led by gains in the games and character intellectual property (IP) sectors, a government report showed Tuesday.