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Ethiopia's IP ambitions

The head of Ethiopia's IP Office explains why developing countries should embrace IP rights

Many developing countries see intellectual property as a tool that rich countries use to exploit poorer ones. Do you share that view? Getachew Mengistie: Some African colleagues feel that IP is an interest of the West. We see it as...

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