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10 August 2007
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Auteur: Andrew Bounds, Financial Times

Thailand has been warned by the European Commission against moves to force drugmakers to drop prices for poor patients or lose sales, adding to US pressure over patent protection. Peter Mandelson, the trade commissioner, has written to Bangkok to...

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23 June 2007
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Auteur: Bloomberg

Thailand plans to buy more generic AIDS drugs from India to cut the cost of treating its poorest patients after failing to win large enough discounts from drug makers including Merck & Co. and Abbott Laboratories…Public health minister, Mongkol Na...

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Article
4 June 2007
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Auteur: Bright B. Simons, International Global Watch

The situation with access to basic healthcare in Africa is extremely dire...But when African policymakers look to Asia for "lessons," they find two broad contending visions of what the best approach to the universal provision of public healthcare...

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Article
30 May 2007
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Auteur: Kirsty Barnes, Outsourcing-pharma.com

The latest ethical reputations of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies have been revealed, with GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) emerging as big pharma's Mother Theresa, according to a recently-released compilation by Geneva-based ethical-monitoring firm...

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Article
23 May 2007
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Auteur: [editorial] Wall Street Journal

[At the] World Health Organization's Assembly...annual meeting..., there's something missing: the cascade of countries that were predicted to follow Thailand and Brazil down the path of seizing drug patents. It wasn't for lack of encouragement......

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Article
23 April 2007
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Auteur: Reuters

Thailand is weighing an offer from Abbott…to sell a newer form of its AIDS drug Kaletra at a discounted price, Health Minister Mongkol na Songkhla said...He gave no details of the offer for Aluvia weeks after Abbott refused to launch the drug in...

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3 April 2007
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Auteur: Andrew Jack, Financial Times

When...[Sanofi-Aventis] teamed up with a Swiss charity last month to launch a low-cost malaria drug for Africa, the news caused as much concern as rejoicing among international health experts... To its champions, it marks a first success for one of a...

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Article
23 March 2007

[PDF] Entreprises pour les Droits de l'Homme - 8 entreprises s'engagent

Auteur: Entreprises pour les Droits de l'Homme

Le respect des Droits de l’Homme et leur prise en compte dans l’organisation et la conduits des activités des enterprises représentent pour celles-ci un enjeu majeur. Aujourd’hui, huit d’entre ells, françaises ou de culture fancophone, ont decide de...

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21 March 2007
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21 March 2007
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Auteur: Petchanet Pratruangkrai & Duangkamon Sajirawattanakul, Nation [Thailand]

...Daniel Christman, the US Chamber of Commerce senior vice president for international affairs, said in Bangkok yesterday...that the biggest concerns of US businessmen now is Thailand's decision to impose the compulsory licensing on certain drugs.....

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