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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS, TRADE AND BIODIVERSITY: THE CASE OF SEEDS AND PLANT VARIETIES

@inproceedings{Dutfield1999INTELLECTUALPR,
  title={INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS, TRADE AND BIODIVERSITY: THE CASE OF SEEDS AND PLANT VARIETIES},
  author={Graham Dutfield},
  year={1999}
}
The overall aim of this paper is to investigate relationships, conflicts and synergies between provisions in the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) relating to intellectual property rights (IPRs), and international trade rules, especially those relevant to IPR protection for seeds and plant varieties. These relationships, conflicts and synergies are identified and analysed with the purpose of providing practical and realistic policy recommendations for the consideration of national… 

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