IP Provisions of the EU-Central America Association Agreement and Development Issues

The recent Association Agreement signed between the European Union and Central American countries contains important intellectual property provisions.
Some of these provisions have been inserted in the treaty to meet Central America states’ needs, especially with reference to technology transfer issues, the protection of public health and the protection of genetic resources and traditional knowledge.
For the full article written by Enrico Bonadio see here.

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