The Property Rights Alliance has just released its 2011 report of International Property Rights Index (IPRI), which measures the intellectual and physical property rights of 129 nations from around the world.
Out of the 26 African countries, South Africa is ranked highest and is position 21 globally. Kenya is ranked 93. The lowest ranked african country is Libya at position 126 out of 129.
Here’s a glance at the IPR Score breakdown for South Africa, Kenya and Nigeria.