The National Intellectual Property Policy will promote intellectual property as a tool to increase productivity through innovation, creativity and the transfer of technology.
Its policy pillars include:
* Understanding intellectual property as a means, not an end.
* A focus on the economic and social use of IP.
* Insertion of IP as a key factor within related policies (ICT, Entrepreneurship, Orange Economy, Digital Transformation).
* Strengthening the enforcement mechanisms and effective coordination of the National Intellectual Property System.
The following strategic axes, with their respective objectives, are contained in the policy proposal:
* Creation and production: Encourage innovation and the creation of economically valuable IP assets.
* Protection: Increase the efficiency and quality of the procedure for granting protected rights to creations and inventions.
* Use: Generate enabling conditions for the commercialization and use of IP.
* Enforcement: Guarantee the fulfilment of rights through the coordination and effectiveness of control and surveillance actions.
* Training: Promote and spread the use of the intellectual property system, as well as a culture of respect for IPRs.
* Institutional architecture: Organize and coordinate national and local government interventions in the field of intellectual property.
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Intersectoral Commission on Intellectual Property (CIPI), conformed by 22 national institutions