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Intellectual property issues viewed as last TPP hurdle

26-May-2015 Japan Times Trade negotiators for the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement in Guam are now focusing on intellectual property issues, which appear likely to be the last hurdle to concluding the talks.

  • 13-Oct-2011 PTI
    Indian pharma industry to gain from free trade agreement with Gulf nations

    The Indian pharmaceuticals and chemicals industry will be among the biggest beneficiaries of a free trade agreement between the GCC and India, a leading banker in the region has said.

  • 28-Sep-2011 La República, Perú
    Perú: EEUU vuelve con sus exigencias

    El gobierno peruano dice que no cederá al pedido en materia de patentes o datos de prueba y mantendrá condiciones del TLC bilateral vigente.

  • 14-Sep-2011 Reuters
    US seeks to allay drug access concerns in TPP talks

    The Obama administration on Monday sought to allay concerns that the U.S. push for stronger drug patent protections in a Transpacific trade deal would raise the cost of life-saving treatments out of the reach of the region’s poor people.

  • 6-Sep-2011
    Malaysian declaration on the TPPA and access to medicines

    Call for all civil society groups, people living with HIV, all communities facing communcable, chronic and/or non-communicable diseases in the TPPA signatory countries to join forces to halt any & all trade agreements that restrict access to generic medicines.

  • 1-Sep-2011 Crikey
    New trade agreement threatens Australia’s laws on medicines and tobacco

    Australia leads the world in many areas of public health but the Federal Government could be negotiating our achievements away, according to Dr Patricia Ranald, Convenor, Australian Fair Trade and Investment Network

  • 29-Aug-2011 HealthDev.Net
    ICAAP10 2011: No safe avenue to address your concerns

    The 10th International Conference on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (ICAAP10) has been turned upside down completely

  • 29-Aug-2011 The Scavenger
    Protestors attacked by police at international AIDS conference

    An anti-Free Trade Agreement protest that took place outside an International Congress on AIDS in the Asia Pacific (ICAAP) in Busan, South Korea, on 27 August was violently attacked by police.

  • 12-Aug-2011 Patent Docs
    House legislators lobby to exclude 12-year data exclusivity period from free trade agreement

    Last week, a group of seven House Democrats, led by Rep. Henry Waxman (D-CA), sought to have the 12-year data exclusivity period provided by the biosimilar approval pathway of the US’ Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act excluded from the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement

  • 10-Aug-2011 PharmaBiz
    DoP to convey concerns of industry over proposed FTAs, TPPA to commerce ministry

    India’s Department of Pharmaceuticals will take up issues with the Commerce Ministry regarding the proposed Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement which is likely to have adverse impact on the Indian pharma products, and other such Free Trade Agreements in the pipeline.

  • 27-Jul-2011 NY Times
    A trade barrier to defeating AIDS

    The new strategy is to treat people in Egypt, Paraguay, Turkmenistan or China — middle-income countries, all — as if they or their governments could pay hundreds or even thousands of dollars a year each for AIDS drugs.

  • 25-Jul-2011 ULB
    Impact Assessment of CETA IPR chapter

    CETA IPR chapter will likely have a slight positive effect on specific industries in the EU, such as agri-food companies using geographical indications. It would also benefit the Canadian publishing industry and the innovative pharmaceutical industry. At the same time, an IPR chapter in CETA could lead to notable negative effects in Canada, for example via higher prices on educational and pharmaceutical products.

  • 18-Jul-2011 ANGOP
    Président de l’IAS pour plus de facilités d’accès aux médicaments contre le sida

    Le président de l’Association Internationale du Sida (IAS), l’Ougandais Elly Katabira, a invité dimanche, tous les pays du monde de faciliter l’accès aux médicaments contre la maladie, y compris les génériques, par des nouvelles lois ou règlements.

  • 17-Jul-2011
    SOCMA offers support for free trade pacts with South Korea, Panama, and Colombia

    The Society of Chemical Manufacturers and Affiliates (SOCMA) issued its support this week of the passage of pending free-trade agreements (FTA) with South Korea, Panama and Colombia by two Congressional committees. SOCMA is the US-based trade association representing custom and batch manufacturers, including contract manufacturers of fine chemicals, pharmaceutical intermediates, and active pharmaceutical ingredients.

  • 15-Jul-2011 Public Service Europe
    EU-India FTA - the data exclusivity dilemma

    Conflict between European and Indian pharma industries might be played out again in FTAs with other nations

  • 10-Jul-2011
    "BRICS can ensure affordable drugs"

    While ‘data exclusivity’ clauses will not feature in the India-European Union free trade agreement (FTA), the threat posed by the impending deal to the world’s supply of cheap generic drugs is far from over.

  • 8-Jul-2011
    Korea-EU FTA to put Seoul at public health crossroads

    Pharmaceuticals might not have been the most discussed sector before the Korea-European Union Free Trade Agreement came into effect from July 1.

  • 6-Jul-2011 Reuters
    Millions will die if India stops AIDS drugs — UN

    Millions of people dependent on life-saving generic drugs to treat HIV/AIDS will die if India stops producing cheap drugs for the disease due to its trade deal with the European Union, the head of UNAIDS warned on Tuesday.

  • 3-Jul-2011 ACT UP-Paris
    ACT UP-Paris wakes up the European Commissioner for Trade in Belgium

    This morning, in a small town in the region of Gent, Belgium, activists from Act Up-Paris woke up the European Commissioner for Trade in front of his house. They unfurled a banner which said ‘De Gucht, AIDS accomplice’.

  • 29-Jun-2011 Prensa Libre
    EEUU - DR-CAFTA: TLC encarece medicamentos

    El relator especial de las Naciones Unidas sobre el Derecho a la Salud, Anand Grover, detectó el aumento en el precio de algunos medicamentos, debido al TLC con EE. UU., y sugiere la compra de fármacos genéricos.

  • 27-Jun-2011 Alternet
    5 WikiLeaks revelations exposing the rapidly growing corporatism dominating American diplomacy abroad

    One of WikiLeaks’ greatest achievements has been to expose the exorbitant amount of influence that multinational corporations have over Washington’s diplomacy.

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