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March 9th, 2005
White House to Continue Campaign for Intellectual Property Rights
The Bush Administration will continue to promote intellectual property rights as a diplomatic priority and an essential building block for expanding the global market economy, according to a leading Commerce Department official, Phillip J. Bond.
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