Govt set to formulate law on IP rights

Staff Correspondent

29 April, 2021 12:00 AM printer

The government is working to have an age-appropriate law with regard to intellectual property rights so that intellectual property holders can be established and protected, State Minister for Cultural Affairs KM Khalid said.

He came up with this remark while speaking on a webinar titled ‘Intellectual Property (IP) and SMEs” organised by the Intellectual Property Association of Bangladesh (IPAB) on Monday.

The state minister appreciated organisers for arranging such a participatory session amid the tough situation of Corona pandemic.

He also assured IPAB of his wholehearted support in time of need.

He attended the event as the chief guest while Industry Secretary KM Ali Azam and Cultural Secretary M Badrul Arefin were present as the special guests.

The Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI) Former Senior Vice President and Bengal Commercial Bank Chairman Md Jashim Uddin were present as the guest of honor.