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Forfas launches study into IP activity in Ireland

State agency Forfás plans to conduct a major study to identify how Ireland can boost its intellectual property (IP) activity.

9th March, 2014

State agency Forfas plans to conduct a major study to identify how Ireland can boost its intellectual property (IP) activity.

According to tender documents just published by Forfas, the agency wants to undertake a major analysis of IP activity in Ireland. The documents added that a number of recent reports and indicators have highlighted that Ireland is typically below EU and OECD averages for IP generation.

''A greater understanding of the IP activity in Ireland...

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