By: Central News Agency
Taiwan ranked 20th in the international intellectual property (IP) index issued Thursday by the Global Innovation Policy Center (GIPC) of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
The GIPC report released its International IP Index, “Inspiring Tomorrow,” which assesses the IP environments of 50 world economies representing 90 percent of global GDP in 2018.
In the report, Taiwan’s ranking remained the same as in 2017, with a score of 28.05 points, among the 50 countries surveyed, while China ranked 25th, according to the report.
Among Asian countries, Taiwan came behind Japan in eighth, Singapore at 10th and South Korea in 13th. The United States, Britain and Sweden took the top three positions. [FULL STORY]