TRIPs under fire on 15th anniversary
Fifteen years after it was implemented, developing countries are still debating the value of the WTO’s TRIPs Agreement, as a conference in India last week showed
"The legitimacy and net usefulness of IP lies in the balance between public interest and the temporary private privileges given in exchange for innovation," said Martin Khor, executive director of the South Centre, an intergovernmental policy think tank for developing...
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