The era of globalisation requires small medium enterprises ('SME') in Malaysia to be aware of the importance of intellectual property awareness to sustain their businesses at an international platform
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Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Malaysia lack awareness of intellectual property and how that relates to the sustainability of their business. In this paper a discussion on recognized intellectual property (IP) rights, legislations applicable to those rights, enforcement in Malaysia, and the benefit of complying with the IP laws and/or regulations is to be considered. It is forwarded that awareness of intellectual property rights would assist the SMEs to better position itself in a business perspective and undertake measures which could assist in sustaining their business in the 21st century business environment.
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