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¿Precio de las medicinas subirán con el Acuerdo Transpacífico?

1-Aug-2015 RPP Este 31 de julio en Hawai culminarían las negociaciones del Acuerdo de Asociación Transpacífico (TPP), el cual brindará acceso al Perú a un mercado de mil millones de consumidores.

  • 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.

  • 27-Jun-2011
    US breaks UN AIDS summit commitment on access to treatment

    The Asia Pacific Network of Positive People (APN+) is expressing outrage at ongoing free trade agreement negotiations by the United States with Vietnam and Malaysia that threaten access to medicines for HIV, TB, hepatitis-C as well as other diseases in these countries.

  • 23-Jun-2011
    The Bangkok Declaration on free trade agreements & access to medicines

    Statement of May 2011 against the increasingly rapid spread of Free Trade Agreements that put the profits of multinational pharmaceutical companies ahead of people’s right to health around the world.

  • 23-Jun-2011 MSF
    India says ‘no’ to policy that would block access to affordable medicines

    India formally announced at the UN High Level Meeting on HIV and AIDS that it will not accept data exclusivity, a provision harmful to access to affordable medicines, as part of a free trade agreement currently being negotiated with the European Union.

  • 16-Jun-2011 Infojustice
    Shape of US TPP pharmaceuticals chapter emerges

    The TPP chapter may be best seen as a significant step toward the pharmaceutical industry’s ultimate goal, which is a binding international agreement on drug pricing that would restrain the ability of governments to use collective purchasing power to demand prices below “market” levels.

  • 9-Jun-2011
    Pharmac trade row heralds wider threat

    Pharmac is being targeted by US drug companies as trade negotiations continue with the United States.

  • 8-Jun-2011 PharmaBiz
    Health groups call for moratorium on FTAs, TRIPS-plus measures by developed nations

    As the global community meets in New York for the United Nations General Assembly High Level Meeting on HIV and AIDS from 8 to 10 June 2011, networks of People living with HIV, health groups and treatment activists from around the world are calling for an immediate moratorium on all Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) and TRIPS-plus measures.

  • 2-Jun-2011
    Wrestling with Big Pharma

    Canadians spend a lot of money (public and private) on health care and much of that is spent on drugs — some $23.4 billion in 2008. Provincial insurance plans are desperately trying to cope, looking to initiatives like the recently passed Ontario law that caps prices of generic drugs at 25 per cent of the brand name equivalent.

  • 30-May-2011
    Goff: Pharmac ’absolute bottom line’

    Labour leader Phil Goff says his party would not put government drug buying agency Pharmac on the block to gain a free trade deal with the United States.

  • 29-May-2011 KEI
    Karl De Gucht writes Andris Piebalgs on topic of European Union IPR demands on India and other developing countries

    KEI has received a copy of a May 16, 2011 letter from Karl De Gucht to Andris Piebalgs, which discusses (1) the EU-India FTA, and (2) Relations between IPR and development policies.

  • 23-May-2011
    Protect Pharmac from US FTA - Greens

    The Green Party is calling on the Government to take Pharmac off the table in Trans Tasman Partnership (TTP) negotiations.

  • 15-May-2011
    Pharmac under fire ahead of US free-trade talks

    Some of New Zealand’s most prominent businesspeople are rallying to the support of drug buying body Pharmac as lobbying firm Saunders Unsworth mounts a campaign against the agency ahead of free trade negotiations with the US.

  • 12-May-2011 FDA News
    PhRMA calls for strong IP protection for biologics in TPP FTA

    US pharmaceutical industry association the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America is calling on the US Trade Representative to include strong intellectual property provisions, such as 12-year data protection for follow-on biologics, in the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement.

  • 6-May-2011
    India, Mercosur "must withstand EU pharma demands"

    Nations currently negotiating trade deals with the European Union (EU) have been warned that they must resist European demands which could threaten access to medicines in emerging and developing countries.

  • 5-May-2011
    No compromise in our stance on IPR, says India

    India will not compromise its stand or take a position on intellectual property rights (IPR), especially on pharmaceuticals, beyond its domestic law and agreements as mandated under the aegis of the global trade body—World Trade Organization (WTO).

  • 1-May-2011 ANSA Latina
    Preocupación de laboratorios por TLC y trabas aduaneras

    BUENOS AIRES, 1 (ANSA) - Los laboratorios de capital nacional de América Latina debatirán a partir de mañana en El Salvador sobre las consecuencias de los tratados de libre comercio en la región y sobre la imposición de trabas aduaneras, que alientan la concentración monopólica de los mercados farmacéuticos.

  • 13-Apr-2011 ActUp Paris
    Guerre aux labos : La politique européenne tue

    Par le passé, les États-Unis ont signé avec des pays en développement des accords de libre-échange (ALE), aux effets désastreux sur les coûts des médicaments. Depuis quelques années, c’est au tour de l’Europe, sous l’impulsion de la France, du Royaume-Uni et de l’Allemagne, de prendre le relais de cette politique bilatérale, lourde de conséquences pour les malades.

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