OAPI steps up efforts to expand scope of geographical indications across sub-Saharan Africa
The African Intellectual Property Office (OAPI) has launched a new programme in its ongoing effort to introduce and expand geographical indications (GIs) across its 17 member states. This is the first major project from OAPI’s new director general, and would represent a significant step forward in the ability to register GIs in Africa.
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