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Intellectual property rights and access to agbiotech by developing countries



Intellectual property rights and access to agbiotech by developing countries



AgBiotechNet 5(ABN 108): 1-5



This review addresses the issue of whether global intellectual property protection regimes are hindering access to agricultural biotechnologies by developing countries. It is assumed that harmonization of worldwide legislation and regulations on intellectual property rights will continue. As such, emphasis is placed on the ways in which developing countries are or should be dealing with these issues.

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