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(2002; 131 pages)
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Gupta, A 2002b, ‘Is all TK a prior Art? How to make IPR regime responsive to the needs of small, scattered and disadvantaged innovators and traditional knowledge holders: Honey Bee experience’, WIPO Conference on the Patent System, Geneva, March 25-27.
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