USTR - Reporthttp://www.ustr.gov/node/64/207,7/10en-us2013 Special 301 ReportThis Report reflects the Administration’s continued resolve to encourage and maintain adequate and effective IPR protection and enforcement worldwide. It identifies a wide range of concerns, including the continued deterioration in IPR protection, enforcement, and market access for persons relying on IPR in Ukraine; the growing problem of misappropriation of trade secrets in China and elsewhere; troubling “indigenous innovation” policies that may unfairly disadvantage U.S.http://www.ustr.gov/about-us/press-office/reports-and-publications/2013/2013-special-301-report2013-05-01T04:00:002012 Special 301 ReportThis Report reflects the Administration’s resolve to encourage and maintain effective IPR protection and enforcement worldwide. It identifies a wide range of concerns, including troubling “indigenous innovation” policies that may unfairly disadvantage U.S. rights holders in China, the continuing challenges of copyright piracy over the Internet in countries such as Canada, Italy and Russia, and the ongoing, systemic IPR enforcement issues presented in many trading partners around the world.http://www.ustr.gov/about-us/press-office/reports-and-publications/2012-22012-04-30T04:00:00Out-of-Cycle Review of Notorious MarketsOut-of-Cycle Review of Notorious Markets, December 20, 2011http://www.ustr.gov/about-us/press-office/reports-and-publications/2011/out-cycle-review-notorious-markets2011-12-20T05:00:002011 Special 301 ReportFull Version of the 2011 SPECIAL 301 REPORTExecutive SummarySpecial 301 Section IPriority Watch ListWatch ListSection 306Annex 1http://www.ustr.gov/about-us/press-office/reports-and-publications/2011/2011-special-301-report2011-05-02T04:00:00Out-of-Cycle Review of Notorious Markets Out-of-Cycle Review of Notorious Marketshttp://www.ustr.gov/node/65202011-02-28T05:00:002010 Special 301 ReportThis Report reflects the Administration’s resolve to encourage and maintain effective IPR protection and enforcement worldwide. It identifies a wide range of serious concerns, rangingfrom troubling “indigenous innovation” policies that may unfairly disadvantage U.S. rightsholders in China, to the continuing challenges of Internet piracy in countries such as Canada andSpain, to the ongoing systemic IPR enforcement challenges in many countries around the world.Full Version of the 2010 Special 301 Reporthttp://www.ustr.gov/about-us/press-office/reports-and-publications/2010-32010-04-30T04:00:002009 Special 301 ReportThe report highlights positive accomplishments, such as sustained efforts by trading partners such as the Republic of Korea (Korea) and Taiwan, both of whom have been removed from the Watch List, and a positive outcome in a U.S. World Trade Organization (WTO) dispute settlement case against China. The report notes continuing serious concerns in countries such as China and Russia. But it also credits positive steps by those trading partners, such as Russia's accession to the WIPO Internet Treaties.http://www.ustr.gov/about-us/press-office/reports-and-publications/2009/2009-special-301-report2009-04-30T04:00:00