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Intellectual Property

South Africa Law Would Put IP in Jeopardy

A pending bill in South Africa could lead to intellectual property theft.

April 2, 2020 — Deborah Collier 1585858745

No Patents = No Drugs or Medical Devices

This is not the time to promote a radical agenda to take advantage of the coronavirus crisis.

March 30, 2020 — Elizabeth Wright 1585591054

Capitalism and Free Markets Will Help Us Through Pandemics

As the U.S. faces its biggest health crisis in 100 years, Americans anxiously await effective treatments and a vaccine for the COVID-19 virus.

March 24, 2020 — Elizabeth Wright 1585082687

USMCA a Win for North American Trade and Economic Growth

USMCA heads to President Trump's desk, after Senate passes the bill 89-10.

January 16, 2020 — Deborah Collier 1579195077

CCAGW Urges Support for USMCA

CCAGW urges representatives to support USMCA ratification.

Trump Administration Announces Phase One of Trade Deal With China

The U.S. and China confirmed completion of a first phase for an agreement to address trade concerns.

December 16, 2019 — Allen Johnson 1576512659

USMCA Steps Back on Intellectual Property Protection

The administration and Congress should support IP protection in trade deals that respect and adhere as closely as possible to U.S. laws.

December 13, 2019 — Elizabeth Wright 1576260647

Legislation Introduced to Further Music Copyright Modernization

New bi-partisan legislation would give creators of music and other programs broadcast by AM/FM radio stations control over their intellectual property.

November 25, 2019 — Deborah Collier 1574691795

Passing USMCA Must be Top Fall Priority for Congress

The time has come for the 25-year-old NAFTA to receive a much-needed update.

September 10, 2019 — Peter Klensch 1568131504

Time is Ticking on USMCA

In 1994, the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) entered into force, creating a partnership between the U.S., Canada, and Mexico that progressively eliminated tariffs and all duties and quantitative restrictions, except for a limited number of agriculture products, traded with Canada, that were eliminated by 2008.

September 10, 2019 — Deborah Collier 1568124727

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