June 18, 2013- Huffington Post: Alan Grayson on Trans-Pacific Partnership: Obama Secrecy Hides 'Assault on Democratic Government' (links to huffingtonpost.com)
June, 2013- International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development: El Acuerdo de Asociación Transpacífico en la política comercial chilena (links to ictsd.org)
June 2, 2013- Scoop: Chile's ex-chief negotiator drops a bombshell on TPPA (links to scoop.co.nz) June 2, 2013- The New York Times: Obama's Covert Trade Deal (links to nytimes.com)May 31, 2013- CQ Roll Call: Worls Apart: Making Sure Trade Policies Improve Global Health (links to rollcall.com)May 23, 2013- Naked Capitalism: Chile's Recent Lead Negotiator on Trans-Pacific Partnership Warns It Could Be a "Threat to Our Countries" (links to nakedcapitalism.com)
May 17, 2013- Info Justice: Trans Pacific Partnership Negotiations and the Controversial Issue of Pharmaceutical Test Data Protection (links to infojutice.org)
May 16, 2013- ONG
Derechos Digitales: Ex jefe de negociaciones del TPP pide una posición
firme y no integrarse al tratado "de calquier manera" (links to
May 15, 2013- Malaysian Medical Resources: Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement – potentially
serious repercussions for Malaysia (links to new.medicine.com)May 6, 2013- The University of Auckland Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences: Access to medicines key to reducing asthma attacks (links to fmhs.auckland.ac.nz)
April 25, 2013- El Espectator: Nueva amenaza para la libertad en internet (links to elspectador.com)April 15, 2013-Caixin Online: 泛太平洋伙伴关系（TPP）将危及发展中国家的药物可及性 (links to jiaping.blog.caixin.com)
April 14, 2012 - Global Research: Malaysia and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). Malaysians must Reject the US
Trade Deal (links to globalresearch.org) April 12, 2013- Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics: The High Price of 'Free Trade': US Trade Agreements and Access to Medicines
April 9, 2013- The Sydney Morning Herald: Generic drugs a key to the curing of budgetary ills (links to smh.com.au)More articles on A2M and the TPP here
Fact Sheet: How TPP Endangers Access to Medicines in Vietnam August 2012 Comparative Analysis of the U.S. IP proposal to the Trans-Pacific FTA and Vietnamese Law English | Vietnamese
Briefing Memo: Vietnam and the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement: Access to Medicines Risks for a PEPFAR Partner
English | Vietnamese
Drug Price Policy in Vietnam, Letting the market set prices is not as easy as it seems, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore, 2012Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry Letter To USTR about IP Chapter in the TPP (August 31, 2012)VNP+ Declaration on the Trans-Pacific Free Trade Agreement & Access to Medicines inVietnam (29 February, 2012)
English | Vietnamese
PEPFAR Vietnam COP REPORT FY 2010: excerpt on necessity of generic medicines
Vietnam National Network of People LIving with HIV (VNP+)
Supporting Community Development Initiatives in Vietnam (SCID)
The TPP Will Also Affect Copyright Legislation and Internet Rights in Vietnam: Find out more
Vietnam's Kaletra action page (leaves Trans-Pacific FTA area of site)
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