Sixteen countries meet to protect intangible property
The Jakarta Post
, 28 June 2012

BALI, INDONESIA: Sixteen like-minded countries held a meeting from 27-29 June 2012, in Bali, to discuss strategies in preparation for WIPO negotiations on an instrument/instruments to protect genetic resources, traditional knowledge and traditional cultural expressions, and in calling for a diplomatic conference. Attending the meeting were representatives from Algeria, Brunei Darussalam, Colombia, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Jamaica, Lebanon, Malaysia, Namibia, Pakistan, Peru, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Thailand, and Vietnam, as well as from WIPO and the South Center. Read the article …