A Development Analysis of the Proposed WIPO Broadcasting Treaty (SouthCentre)

The research paper concludes that there is a lack of evidence indicating that the array of additional rights and protection for broadcasting and cablecasting organizations, as incorporated in the text of a Revised Draft Basic Proposal for a WIPO Treaty on the Protection of Broadcasting
Organizations, are either necessary or desirable from a developing country perspective. On the other hand, evidence suggests that the proposed treaty in its current form would create more costs than benefits in the short- and long-term for developing countries and is not conducive to social and economic development.

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