Study evidences the competitive edge of IP-owning companies
A new study, carried out by OHIM (acting through the EU Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights), has found that companies owning IP rights have, in general, 29% higher revenue per employee, approximately six times as many employees and pay wages that are up to 20% higher than those which do not own IP rights.
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