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IP application and registration shrink in 2015

The application and registration for intellectual property in the country is expected to fall by almost 4% in 2015 against the backdrop of a lacklustre economy, according to Deputy Director General (Industrial Property), Intellectual Property Corporation of Malaysia (MyIPO) Abdul Aziz Ismail.

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