1. Japan (472.417 applications for patents in 2012)│ 2. China (435.608)│ 3. USA (432.298)│ 4. South Korea (187.454)│ 5. Germany (172.764)│ Source: WIPO
The meeting between Trump and Kim could be a diplomatic milestone in defusing tensions in one of the world's most dangerous hotspots. DW takes a look at the military strengths of the main players in the region.
As Kim Jong Un and Moon Jae-in held their landmark meeting, the world's attention turns to the Korean Peninsula — a region with deep historical and cultural similarities but stark ideological differences.
A Chinese company is the leader in patent applications in Europe. And for the first time, China has received more patent filings than the USA, EU, Japan and South Korea combined. What does this all mean?
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