Update: In April 1991, Special 301 requires the U.S. Administration again to identify any "priority foreign countries" that fail to provide adequate and effective protection of intellectual property rights, or deny fair and equitable market access to U.S. nationals who rely upon intellectual property protection. The time is ripe, then, to re view the Administration's use of these tools to seek to enhance worldwide protection of intellectual property rights.
Judith H. Bello and Alan F. Holmer,
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