How to turn intellectual property into economic value? Which road should European business managers take in order to bring into effect the concepts that aim to give a boost to European economy? What kind of institutional support can patent offices provide to businesses in the European Economic Area? How to create an environment that would enable European citizens to learn the ways of economic growth through their growing knowledge? These are the questions that were dealt with at the twin conferences held by the European Union and the European Patent Organisation, which was organised for the first time in one of the new member states, Hungary.
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