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Indian pharma industry upbeat on WTO drug deal

Hailing the World Trade Organisation (WTO) drug deal as a positive development, the Indian pharmaceutical industry has said it will enable smaller and poorer nations to make full use of the flexibility in the WTO intellectual property rules in order to deal with diseases that ravage their populatio...

World Toilet Summit Opens in Macau

...pment Bank, Philippines; and Tam Vai Man, Raymond, Chairman of the Administration Committee, Instituto para os Assuntos Civicos e Municipais, Macau. wto and International Code Council (ICC) will also be signing a Memorandum of Understanding which will see the introduction of initiatives to promote glob...

Thailand Unfazed As US Worries Over Copyright Violations

...utical products," the USTR was quoted. The Doha declaration adopted by wto members in November 2001 reaffirmed that countries have some flexibility un... acknowledged a country's ability to issue such licenses in accordance with wto rules, the lack of transparency and due process exhibited in Thailand repre...

Young Indians Say Cheers to White Spirits

...dka into the country, besides Martini and Rossi vermouths. To comply with a wto ruling, the central government plans to lower the taxes, which are still a ... media recently that the duty structure was in the process of realigning to wto rules. According to market research firm Euromonitor International, the spi...

Thailand Unfazed As US Worries Over Copyright Violations

...eutical products," the USTR was quoted. The Doha declaration adopted by wto members in November 2001 reaffirmed that countries have some flexibility un... acknowledged a country's ability to issue such licenses in accordance with wto rules, the lack of transparency and due process exhibited in Thailand repre...

Constipation Drug Linked to Heart Attack Pulled Out

... been filed in Madras High Court in southern India and the verdict is eagerly awaited as this is the first test case for India’s patent laws under the wto regime.) Earlier the FDA had approved Zelnorm, also called tegaserod maleate, for short-term treatment of women with irritable bowel syndrome with...

PM promises forward-looking IT, electronics policy soon

...rtunities," said Manmohan Singh, who was on a daylong visit of Tamil Nadu. "We will reduce tariffs on 217 IT items to zero percent as agreed at the wto (World Trade Organisation). This will promote greater competition, which in turn will help the development of our own electronics industry." The p...

India to benefit from pharma companies' move

...t we must see now is pressure being brought on the wto to change the trade rules which prevent poor peopl... NGOs are now preparing to fight the fundamental wto rules. "The fight to change the wto rules is far from over," said Forsyth. "Brazil cou...
WTO in Medical Dictionary

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WTO in Biological Technology

Chinese pharma-biotech dragon rears its head

...n marketed or sold previously in China) Furthermore, China's patent law was amended on December 12, 2002 to harmonize China's patent system with other wto countries. China will have a major role to play in the development of the world biogeneric industry, given its very significant cost advantage to W...
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