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"do not provide an adequate level of IPR protection or enforcement, or market access to persons relying on intellectual property protection.""

In the subjective opinion of the author.

Also, where are all the african nations etc? Most of them have like no IP or little.

Actually, 6, the statement is the official opinion of the U.S. government and the one the U.S. advocates with the countries so described.

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