I am a licensee of an invention patent. the patents is registered in some countries only.an I manufacture the patent in the country that the patent is registered and sell it to another country that the patent is not registered and not pay the royalty fee?
Patents give the owner the right to control who is allowed to make, sell, offer for sale, import and use anything that would infringe one or more claims. They are territorial so one could make something in a location where no patent was issued and sell in in that or another place where no patent has issued.
As a licensee, I would look to the terms of your license to see what rights that gave you. If it allows you to make and sell in the U.S. those are probably two different rights. It is possible that your agreement only requires royalties on units sold in the U.S.