The African Intellectual Property Organization
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  • Acquah, Daniel (2022), ‘Technical Assistance as a Tool for Implementing and Expanding Intellectual Property Treaty Obligations’ in Henning Grosse Ruse-Khan and Axel Metzger (eds), Intellectual Property Ordering Beyond Borders (Cambridge University Press).

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  • Deere Birkbeck, Carolyn (2009), ‘Developing Country Perspectives on Intellectual Property in the WTO: Setting the Pre-TRIPS Context’ in Carlos Correa (ed.), Research Handbook on Intellectual Property Law and the WTO (Edward Elgar).

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  • Deere Birkbeck, Carolyn (2009), ‘The Implementation Game: The TRIPS Agreement and the Global Politics of Intellectual Property Reform in Developing Countries’ (Oxford University Press).

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  • EU Commission, IT Helpdesk (2022), ‘The Key Changes from the Amendments to the Bangui Agreement’.

  • Schneider, Marius and Vanessa Ferguson (2020), ‘Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights in Africa’ (Oxford University Press).

  • The African Intellectual Property Organization, Bangui Agreement Instituting an African Intellectual Property Organization Act of 14 December 2015, Bamako.

  • WIPO (2022), ‘OAPI Joins Geneva Act of WIPO’s Lisbon Agreement

  • WIPO (n.d.), ‘African Intellectual Property Organization (OAPI): Jurisdiction ‒ General Information.

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