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Introduction

Many groups possess knowledge of a cultural, economic or scientific nature which could be of great value to the conservation and sustainable use of living resources. This may have been built up over many years or generations and represents a significant investment in terms of time, money and intellectual effort. The intellectual property resulting from this investment is often seen as an important asset, to be guarded from outsiders and made available only in exchange for other assets, for example money.

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