October 31, 2013-The Economic Times: Patent office rejects BDR Pharma's compulsory licensing applicationAugust 6, 2013: Kractivism: Press Release- Campaign for Affordable Trastuzumab (links to kractivist.org) August 5, 2013 - Bio World: China Revokes Viread Patent; Pricing Was at Issue (links to bioworld.com)
May 30, 2013- The Jakarta Globe: Future Hepatitis C Blockbusters May Spawn Compulsory Generics (links to thejakartaglobe.com)March 18, 2013- ACTION! Essential Inventions issues request for non-voluntary authorization to use patents under Article 14 of Greece patent law (links to essentialinventions.org)
March 17, 2013-Financial Times: Athens urged to import generic drugs (links to ft.com)December, 2012- Secondary Patenting: A Threat to Affordable Generic Patenting by I-MAK
November 2, 2012- Nature: NIH asked to grant open license on HIV drug (links to blogs.nature.com)
October 25, 2012-ACTION! Knowledge Ecology International: Four NGOs ask NIH to grant open licenses to ritonavir patents under Bayh-Dole March-in provisions (links to keionline.org)
October 22, 2012-The Star (Malaysia): Measure to make drugs affordable (links to thestar.com.my)
October 12, 2012-Reuters: Indonesia acts to over-ride patents on HIV drugs (links to uk.reuters.com)
October 11, 2012-ACTION! The Guardian: Indonesia in bold move to obtain cheap drugs for HIV (links to guardian.co.uk)
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