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From 2009 to 2013, the overall IPRI score for Finland decreased by 0.6%. Despite continuing to lead the world in property rights, the IPRI remains stable at 8.6 points in 2013.
From 2012 to 2013 both the Intellectual Property Rights and Physical Property Rights components remain unchanged. However, from 2012 to 2013 Legal and Political Environment increased by 0.1 points. This increase is because of improvements in both Control of Corruption and Judicial Independence.
|Category||Score||Global Rank||Regional Rank (WE)|
|Legal and Political Environment||8.9||2 of 130||1 of 19|
|Judicial Independence||9.3||2 of 130||1 of 19|
|Rule of Law||8.9||1 of 130||1 of 19|
|Control of Corruption||9.4||3 of 130||2 of 19|
|Political Stability||7.8||1 of 130||1 of 19|
|Physical Property Rights||8.3||1 of 130||1 of 19|
|Protection of Physical Property Rights||9.2||1 of 130||1 of 19|
|Registering Property||9.4||14 of 130||5 of 19|
|Access to Loans||6.3||7 of 130||3 of 19|
|Intellectual Property Rights||8.6||1 of 130||1 of 19|
|Protection of Intellectual Property Rights||9||1 of 130||1 of 19|
|Patent Protection||9.3||1 of 130||1 of 19|
|Copyright Piracy||7.5||11 of 130||6 of 19|