Developing countries develop own IP agenda
Developing countries need to explore new ways to cooperate in international policy-making and IP negotiations, speakers told a conference in India this week
"Developing countries have [already] formed a bastion in the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO)," to prevent them from becoming victims of laws that may be contrary to their development and public policy goals, according to Martin Khor, executive director of...
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