IPPA Study: Copyright Industries Critical to U.S. Economy

Posted on 8/14/2009 by Julia Dudnik Stern | Printable Version | Comments (1)

A late July study from the International Intellectual Property Alliance shows that U.S. copyright industries continue to lead the economy in their contributions to job growth, gross domestic product and exports. Though the study does not take into consideration recent economic events, it does demonstrate an encouraging, consistently upward progression of revenues and other growth indicators over a five-year period, highlighting the need for stronger laws and their enforcement.

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