Evolución y consolidación del sistema de propiedad industrial japonés: una mirada al proceso de transformación del manejo de la propiedad industrial en Japón

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David Aristizábal Velásquez

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Japón es un país que se ha distinguido por su alta tecnología, sus estrictos modelos de disciplina y una gran cohesión social. Sin embargo, también ha sido el epicentro de grandes catástrofes humanas y naturales. Este escrito pretende revelar cómo esta nación ha superado estas adversidades mediante el desarrollo de procesos de innovación, situando el capital intelectual como una prioridad de rango nacional y velando por la protección de los derechos de propiedad industrial, generando así toda una transformación en lo que a activos intangibles se refiere y consolidándose como un ejemplo mundial de progreso y dedicación.

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