Speaking at the opening of today’s WIPO Assemblies, WIPO director-general Francis Gurry outlined the organisation’s strong financial health and pledged to continue to build on the successes achieved over the past six years in its core programmes, namely global IP services, policy-making, capacity building and technical infrastructure. At the same time there are calls for official publication of two independent investigations into allegations against the serving director-general and disagreement over the firing of a WIPO staff member.

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