Protection strong but awareness poor in Egypt
Egypt's first comprehensive IP legislation signalled a desire to cultivate an environment to promote research and innovation and build trust in the country's ability to protect IP rights. However, as Karim El Helaly explains, the protection regime is being undermined by lack of IP awareness
Karim El Helaly
Egypt's new IP legislation, enacted last year, aims to enhance
Egypt's position as one of the largest markets in the Middle East
and Africa and as a regional centre for disseminating knowledge and
The legislation, IP...
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