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Data Protection, Trans Pacific Partnership, and the US-Jordan FTA (Post 2 of 2)

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This post is a continuation of a previous post: Data Protection, the Trans Pacific Partnership, and the US-Jordan FTA (Post 1 of 2). 4.  Oxfam criticizes pharmaceutical innovators for not making all of their innovative drugs available in Jordan. Ryan responds: a.  Innovator companies introduced few new drugs before IP reform because local companies were using their know-how and clinical data to get marketing approval and brochures describing the drug’s therapeutic function and side effects Read More >

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USTR: TPP to have High IP Standards to “Stand Alongside other Treaty Agreements in the Area”

Stan McCoy, Assisant U.S. Trade Representative for Intellectual Property and Innovation, spoke at BIO’s 2011 Convention session titled The Trans-Pacific Partnership and the Importance of Intellectual Property Rights: Attracting Investment in Biotechnology.  The session covered the ongoing treaty negotiations and the relevance of different IP provisions to the biotechnology industry.  Issues of particular importance to the biotechnology industry yet to be revelead to the public include language tabled for data protection and patent linkage.  While USTR specific language is not available, Read More >

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