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Trading blocs, copyright protection and NAFTA

Who should enforce the arts and copyright protection? Do governments have a moral and legal obligation to protect other countries laws in this area?

Do you all think trading blocs are successful? What are some advantages and disadvantages?

One I was studying the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) it was argued that if the US did not participate in this agreement surely another country (Japan, China, and Russia) would and we would be locked out of trading in our own hemisphere. Do you think this is a valid reason for joining?

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In any particular country, its local government is responsible for enforcement of arts and copyright protection. Government is the supreme authority in any country and it is the moral duty of the home government to protect intellectual property rights of other countries in their home country. If home government will be negligent in carrying out such enforcement, it could face similar situation with its own intellectual property rights in other countries.

Please click on the link below to know more about the treaty between member countries of the World intellectual property ...

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In any particular country, its local government is responsible for enforcement of arts and copyright protection. Government is the supreme authority in any country and it is the moral duty of the home government to protect intellectual property rights of other countries in their home country.

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