[Ip-health] The six countries listed in the Special 301 list, every year, had much higher growth of incomes than USA | Knowledge Ecology International

Antonio Ugalde augalde at utexas.edu
Thu May 1 07:48:37 PDT 2014

And these six countries that have violated Special 301 represent almost
half of the world's population.
Antonio Ugalde

On Thu, May 1, 2014 at 9:06 AM, Jamie Love <james.love at keionline.org> wrote:

> http://keionline.org/node/1998
> According to USTR's 2014 report, six countries have been listed on the
> Special 301 list "every year since the report's inception." The six
> countries that have appeared on the Special 301 list every year were Chile,
> China, India, Indonesia, Thailand and Turkey.
> The 1st edition of the Special 301 list was published in 1989. We looked at
> the changes in per capita income (World Bank estimates of GNI per capita,
> Atlas method, expressed in US dollars), from 1989 to 2012, to see how the
> six countries cited the most for IPR violations did, when compared to the
> United States. The answer is, they all did much much better than the USA.
>     [snip]
> {There is a data table int he blog that makes this point quite concretely.}
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