News on TPP & A2M in Singapore

March 14, 2013 - MSF Access Campaign: Straits Times: US drug-patent demands a roadblock in Pacific trade talks (links to

March 10, 2013- The Raw Story: Big Pharma battle threatens to derail Pacific trade pact (links to

March 3, 2012 - European AIDS Treatment Group: TPP countries slowly restart formal talks on pharmaceutical IP protections (link to

March 31, 2012-
East Asia Forum: Intellectual property and wealth transfers in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (links to


By Erwin Soo from Singapore, Singapore [CC-BY-2.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons

Public Citizen analyses

Chart comparing pharmaceutical patent and data provisions in leaked U.S. proposals to the TPFTA, TRIPS Agreement and FTAs in negotiating countries, December 2011



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