When you’re sitting down to a home-cooked meal full of fresh ingredients, intellectual property (IP) may not be the first thing that comes to mind. But it should be.
Countries with more robust IP rights have greater access to innovative agricultural solutions, see greater crop yields, and become more competitive globally.
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