East African Community Regional Intellectual Property Policy on the Utilisation of Public Health-Related WTO-TRIPS Flexibilities and the Approximation of National Intellectual Property Legislation

East African Community Regional Intellectual Property Policy on the Utilisation of Public Health-Related WTO-TRIPS Flexibilities and the Approximation of National Intellectual Property Legislation

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The overall objective of this Policy is to guide the EAC Partner States on how their national intellectual
property legislation must be adjusted in order to enable them to fully utilise the Public Health-related
WTO-TRIPS Flexibilities.