US-Peru Trade Deal The First Test Of Renegotiated IP Provisions (IP-Watch)

The United States House of Representatives is poised to pass the US-Peru free trade agreement this week, in the first test of the new “bipartisan trade policy” that led to the renegotiation of trade agreements with Colombia, Panama, Peru and South Korea. The Peru pact includes new provisions that congressional Democrats negotiated with the Bush administration with the aim of increasing access to generic medicines, carving back some protections for patented drugs that have been included in US bilateral trade agreements to date….

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