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Canada needs stronger IP defences: Balsillie

Briefs | 04/11/2014 6:07 pm EDT

Canadian companies need to build their capacity for defending patents and asserting intellectual property rights in order to build more technology success stories like the company he founded, Research in Motion (now BlackBerry Ltd.) founder Jim Balsillie told a conference in Toronto, according to the Globe & Mail.

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