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A number of difficulties are hampering the development of IP protection in Africa, but the political will is there to improve the system for local businesses and the population, say Daniel Reis Nobre and Vítor Palmela Fidalgo of Inventa International.
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Daniel Reis Nobre, Vítor Palmela Fidalgo, Inventa International, IP rights, IAPI, ARIPO,