Industrial property

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The expression industrial property - which was the expression used in the title of the Paris Convention as far back as 1883 - covers patents, trademarks, designs and unfair competition. It is often used interchangeably with the expression intellectual property, and Article 30 of the EC Treaty (which permits derogations from the basic prohibition of quantitative restrictions on imports) uses it too: it is now accepted that copyright is included in the concept, given the increased industrial importance of copyright resulting from the industrial exploitation of copyright works and the fact that copyright applies to computer software.

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