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Nollywood and IPR

Daniel Ajegbo writes about the challenges of making money by making movies in Nigeria, where lack of IPR enforcement has kept kept the film industry much smaller than it otherwise would be.

NollwyoodLove is an interesting approach to finding a solution, but it’s more of an end-around. Imagine what could happen if intellectual property rights were routinely enforced in Nigeria? How would that change the economics of film making?

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