Civil Society Groups Push Biden, Other Leaders To Back TRIPS Waiver

More than 200 international, regional and domestic non-governmental organizations from developing countries are pushing President Biden and other leaders of developed countries to lift a block on a proposed waiver of some World Trade Organization intellectual property obligations. Support for the waiver, which would apply to IP obligations under the WTO Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights, falls largely along developing vs. developed lines. The proponents -- a swath of WTO developing countries, led by India and South...
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Inside Drug Pricing - 02/22/2021
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Civil Society Groups Push Biden, Other Leaders To Back TRIPS Waiver

More than 200 international, regional and domestic non-governmental organizations from developing countries are pushing President Biden and other leaders of developed countries to lift a block on a proposed waiver of some World Trade Organization intellectual property obligations. Support for the waiver, which would apply to IP obligations under the WTO Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights, falls largely along developing vs. developed lines. The proponents -- a swath of WTO developing countries, led by India and South...
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FDA Week - 02/26/2021
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