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Doing Business in Kazakhstan
The brochure provides you with the comprehensive information about the main forms of doing business in Kazakhstan, including a detailed comparison table of such forms, information on the tax structure, bankruptcy, PPP and frequently asked questions for starting and doing business in Kazakhstan.
Copyright in Mongolia
A copyright is a legal device that gives the creator of a literary, artistic, musical, or other creative work the sole right to publish and sell that work. Copyright owners have the right to control the reproduction of their work, including the right to receive payment for that reproduction.
The International Comparative Legal Guide series - Franchise 2018: Kazakhstan
GRATA International Kazakhstan contributed to the International Comparative Legal Guide series - Franchise 2018. 
Some Upcoming Changes in IP Legislation
Kazakhstan's accession to the World Trade Organisation, membership in the Eurasian Economic Union requires the improvement of national legislation in the area of intellectual property, elimination of contradictions and gaps, both within the provisions of national legislation and between national law and provisions of international agreements, to which Kazakhstan is a party.
Amendments to the Law on Copyright and Related Rights of Azerbaijan
According to the Amendment Law as of July 11, 2017, new paragraphs concerning advertisement have been added to the Law on Copyright and Related Rights. As per new paragraph 3rd of article 6, advertisement is the object of copyright within the terms of the Law on Copyright and Related Rights.

Moreover, according to another new paragraph (3-1) to article 32 of the Law on Copyright and Related Rights, advertisement maker, as well as producer of the advertisement are subjects of the related rights within the terms provided in the Law on Copyright and Related Rights.
Basic Guidelines for Registering a Trademark in Uzbekistan
Distinctive and unique designations in the form of word or combinations of figurative and verbal elements in any colours must be registered with the Agency for Intellectual Property of Uzbekistan to be recognised as trademarks and granted protection under Uzbek law.