ANALYSIS OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS (IPRS) AND THEIR EFFECT ON SMALL & MEDIUM ENTERPRISES (SMES) WITH REFERENCE TO CHINA, PAKISTAN AND INDIA
Innovation and creativity are always fueled by intellectual property rights (IPRs) which is directly related to legal system of any country. It also boosts your competitiveness and generates new jobs. When utilized by others, the creativity of authors, architects, explorers, and many other IPR consumers is protected and benefited by IPR. Inventions, designs, developments, and literary works are all protected by intellectual property rights (IPRs). Besides, both developing and developed countries face significant difficulties when it comes to preserving copyrighted material. Most nations have separate laws in place to safeguard their rights to intellectual property. Although there are some significant differences among China, India and Pakistan's judicial systems for protecting intellectual property but still are relatively comparable to those of advanced economies. The examination of intellectual property rights protection in China, India and Pakistan is indeed the goal of this academic research. The policies governing IPR protection in these are also discussed in this study. In order to illustrate and explain the variations in IPR safety evaluations, this paper also launches a comparative analysis of international IPR rankings. The numerous elements that affect the inadequate preservation of property and intellectual property rights in these countries are also listed and discussed in this paper.