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Tanzania's IP changes are good for business


Tanzania has recently updated its IP laws. Nimrod E Mkono, Audax K Kameja and August N Mrema of Mkono & Co explain what the changes mean for IP owners

The present United Republic of Tanzania is a union of two countries, Tanganyika and Zanzibar. The IP regime in Tanzania is regulated by two separate and independent legal systems because IP matters are not union matters and as such, for...


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