Key project partners are the Nordic Council of Ministers, Administration of Saint Petersburg, Mannheimer Swartling and Saint Petersburg State University of Economy and Finance. The project also involves other partners from St. Petersburg and other regions in Northwest Russia, Denmark, Sweden and Finland.
Perpectively the project aims at improving conditions for economic cooperation and trade between the Nordic countries and Russia through cooperation on intellectual property rights' enforcement.
Within the frameworks of the project Nordic-Russian Cooperation on IPR Enforcement platform for knowledge transfer and exchange of experience between representatives of the authorities, SMEs, lawyers, journalists, law enforcement representatives from Russia and the Nordic countries will be created.
The project activities are planned until the end of 2013 in the North-West Russia and Nordic countries.
A new project of Nordic Council of Ministers
Fri, Apr 13, 2012
In April, 2012 a new project of Nordic Council of Ministers Nordic Russian Cooperation on IPR Enforcement is launched.