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13 January 2015
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Autor/in: AMy Kazmin & Andrew Ward, Financial Times

India’s patent controller has rejected a patent application from Gilead Sciences for a key compound for its blockbuster hepatitis C drug Sovaldi, a refusal that activists said would allow Indian companies immediately to start producing cheap generic...

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8 October 2014
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Health activists, academics, diplomats, scientists, lawyers, public health organizations have raised concerns about government's decision to review India’s position on Intellectual Property laws, strongly cautioning against coercion from the United...

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6 October 2014
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Autor/in: Brook V Baker, Equlibri

Prime Minister Modi is promising to open India to more direct foreign investment and to further liberalize the Indian economy to make it easier for multinational corporations to operate there. To the dismay of health activists worldwide, the US...

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1 May 2014
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Autor/in: Citizens Trade Campaign

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is a massive new international trade pact being pushed by the U.S. government at the behest of transnational corporations...It is poised to become the largest Free Trade Agreement in the world...Here are some.....

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31 March 2014
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Autor/in: Jared Genser, Perseus Strategies, in The Diplomat

The TPP, potentially the world’s largest free trade agreement,...would harmonize regulatory standards, including those related to the environment, labor, and intellectual property. As the 12 negotiating countries...discuss the agreement, it is crucial...

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25 March 2014
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In 1997, Novartis, the main producer of a drug used for treating blood cancer, filed a patent application in India. Novartis argued this new form of the drug was significantly different to be considered an invention. The court rejected Novartis's argu...

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6 February 2014
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Autor/in: Maëli Astruc, Intellectual Property Watch

A panel addressing negotiators...at the World Intellectual Property Organization asserted the property rights of Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities over traditional knowledge and genetic resources and called on delegates to draft an international...

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31 January 2014
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Autor/in: Antoni Pigrau, Susana Borràs, Antonio Cardesa-Salzmann, Jordi Jaria i Manzano (CEDAT-Universitat Rovira i Virgili), EJOLT (Environmental Justice Organisations, Liabilities and Trade)

Under the paradigm of sustainable development, contemporary international law has not been able to shape an effective, nor an equitable, answer to the global ecological crisis...[C]orrection will require a profound reconceptualisation of global...

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17 January 2014
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Autor/in: Sarah Boseley, Guardian (UK)

Drug companies in South Africa have been accused of planning a covert, well-funded campaign to delay the introduction of laws that threaten their profits. Leaked documents show that pharmaceutical companies planned a $450,000 campaign, involving a high...

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12 December 2013
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Autor/in: Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (USA)

Licensing agreement reached for generic production of...Atazanavir shows leadership and innovation in delivering HIV/AIDS medicines where they are most needed. Members of the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR) today applaud Bristol...

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