IPRs In Least Developed Countries: A Progress Report

By Luc Savage

Luc Savage

Orange Group

In 2014 we are celebrating 20 years of the TRIPS agreements aimed at harmonizing the treatment of intellectual property rights in global economic trade. The Doha agreements in 2001 gave the least developed countries (LDCs) extra time for adopting the TRIPS agreements. As the agreed deadline for this implementation was extended to 31 December 2015 in November 2013, what is the future for the development of intellectual property rights in the least developed countries?

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