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Antigua, The Next Intellectual Property Pirate's Paradise?
"Any day now, you might be able to download Argo, Lincoln and Les Mis for a dime a piece. Microsoft Office could go for a quarter. ... As part of a long-running trade dispute, the tiny island nation of Antigua and Barbuda (population: 90,000) won the right to use the intellectual property of U.S. firms - without having to pay any royalties or licensing fees." NPR 01/28/13
Posted January 30, 2013 12:56 AM

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