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Trade-related intellectual property rights for genetic resources: implications for developing countries



Trade-related intellectual property rights for genetic resources: implications for developing countries



Agricultural competitiveness: market forces and policy choice Proceedings of the twenty second International Conference of Agricultural Economists, Harare, Zimbabwe, 22-29 August 1994: 485-495



The proposal to introduce intellectual property rights (IPR) into the GATT framework has evoked resistance from farmers and plant breeders around the world. This paper critically examines the social, economic, legal and resource-preservation implications which enforcement of IPR provision may have on the public, governments, scientists and future generations in developing countries.

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