Kamil Idris – Director-General Of World Intellectual Property Organization

The Director-general of World Intellectual Property Organization, headquartered in Geneva is Dr. Kamil Idris. The method by which companies redistribute their manufacturing of goods and how they administer their supply chains is greatly influenced by globalization. As the operations of corporations become more widespread, companies are moving their business to other countries.

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In an interview, Dr. Kamil Idris was asked what approach should be used to create an exclusive system to increase and promote local economies. What advice does the World Intellectual Property Organization have, for upcoming deploying destinations?

 

According to Dr. Kamil Idris, the psychological or Intellectual Property is an essential means for advancement, especially in a financial framework in education or ability. Ideas and information are the things that steer the economy into expanding growth. This idea is applicable to all countries worldwide.

 

Dr. Kamil Idris, states that according to how this approach is used and converted into benefits that are practical, is decisive and is affected by many factors which include the country goals and their policy. The political commitment to a country’s level of knowledge of the possibility of the IP system, and the need for dignity IP rights, in all areas of society, the factional and legislative framework that is accessible, the amount of proficient IP, including the continuation of an environmental policy, inspires creativity and innovation.

Read Dr. Idris’ own words here:

http://www.ie-forum.nl/artikelen/a-message-from-director-general-kamil-idris

When asked about the pitfalls of Intellectual Property that results in globalization, Dr. Kamil Idris believes the pitfalls of Intellectual Property are a consequence of globalization. These consequences can be pointed out as counterfeiting, piracy and escalation backlogs in the manufacturing of patent operations. Another pitfall is due to globalization. More attention and resources should be provided for IP training and the advancement of patent applications.

 

Globalization focuses on more attention and resources, and IP training is not addressed. More focus should be to discuss IP development and human backing.

 

Dr. Kamil Idris was a Candidate for the Presidency in Sudan Kamil Eltayeb Idris. He was born on August 26, 1954. Dr. Kamil Idres attended Cairo University in Egypt and received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy, Economic Theories, and Political Science.