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The attractiveness of the Ugandan market – given the country’s centrality in the sub-Saharan region and significance as a trade destination – has led to notable increases in trademark filings and other IP endeavours in recent years. In response to and in furtherance of this, the country launched its National Intellectual Property Policy in 2020 which, among other things, seeks to enhance levels of IP awareness and strengthen the enforcement environment. The implementation of the policy over the next decade will create better opportunities for those with intellectual assets to protect, enforce and develop.
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