Intellectual Property and Food Security in Least Developed Countries
This paper analyses the impact of intellectual property laws on food security in Least Developed Countries (LDCs), taking the Pacific Islands countries as an example. It argues that IP laws are increasingly impacting upon food security, but are not being
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|Source:||Third World Quarterly|
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