Ying McGuire immigrated to the United States from China to earn a master’s degree and now is vice president of a global technology-solutions company.
American prosperity is built on innovation, and protecting the rights of inventors and creators to profit from their work is a priority.
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Startup Camp Rijeka helped 26-year-old Ivan Jelusic of Croatia to start a business that sells its products in 15 countries.
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Japanese sports retailer QB Club Inc. has taken advantage of SelectUSA, a Commerce Department initiative, which encourages enterprises to invest in the U.S.
Patents protect the ideas and work of inventors and are part of a broad category of legal protection known as intellectual property rights.
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