Consultation on the introduction of a Patent Box
21 February 2011
The IP Federation has submitted a response to the Consultation on the introduction of a Patent Box with a closing date of 22 February 2011.
- The IP Federation has not reached a unanimous view on the desirability of the Patent Box.
- The proposed system is needlessly complex and could be unviable as it stands.
- R&D tax credits should not be reduced to fund the Patent Box.
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