Piracy still pays
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CTA. 2000. Piracy still pays. Spore 88. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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international Florissimo trade fair for tropical plants, flowers and fishes held in Dijon, France, in March 2000
The on-going 'pillage' of African flora was denounced at the international Florissimo trade fair for tropical plants, flowers and fishes held in Dijon, France, in March 2000. Many Southern producers are forced to pay licence fees to Northern companies for cultivars developed from local Southern species. Since these species have not been recognised as property , this form of genetic piracy cannot be stopped by law. Perhaps by persuasion?
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