The future for Asia’s sovereign patent funds is in the private sector, say their chief executives 06 Sep 16
Asia has led the way in the development of public-private patent aggregators, which have become more popularly known as sovereign patent funds (SPFs). But according to the men heading up the region’s two largest SPFs – Intellectual Discovery (ID) and IP Bridge (IPB) – both are more likely than not to be fully private-sector entities within the next few years.
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