1News on TPP in Chile

November 19, 2013-El Mostrador: Diez razones por las que el gobierno de Chile debe detener las negociaciones del TPP

October 28, 2013-
infojustice.org: Chilean Presidential Candidate Michelle Bachelet Recommends Review of Trans Pacific Partnership Scope and Obligations

October 8, 2013-
Nación.cl: Piñera valora gira por Asia y enfatiza resguardos ante el TPP

October 3, 2013-Latercera: TPP: tolerancia cero

August 14, 2013-Chilean Senators Formally Request Public Debate on the Trans Pacific Partnership

June, 2013- International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development: El Acuerdo de Asociación Transpacífico en la política comercial chilena (links to ictsd.org)

June 6, 2013-
La Nacion: CAFTA con esteroides

June 2, 2013-
Scoop: Chile's ex-chief negotiator drops a bombshell on TPPA (links to scoop.co.nz)

May 31, 2013-
The Santiago Times: Consumer rights groups: Trans-Pacific Partnership to hurt consumers (links to santiagotimes.cl)

May 30, 2013-
Consumers International: Organizaciones denuncian al TPP (links to es.consumersinternational.org)

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 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 derechosdigitales.org)

March 28, 2013- ONG Derechos Digitales: Nueva Ronda TPP: ¿necesita Chile firmar este acuerdo? (links to derechosdigitales.org)

March 28, 2013- Diario Financiero: Ley de linkage podría cambiar según resultado de negociaciones del TPP (links to updatenews.cl)

March 19, 2013-Políticas Farmacéuticas: Protección de datos sobre medicamentos, ¿a quién favorece? (links to politicasfarmeceuticas.cl)

March 1, 2013-Terra: Farmacéuticos temen que TPP afecte bajo costo de remedios (links to economia.terra.com.mx)


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Briefing Memo: Chile and the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement - Access to Medicines Risks & Continued Bullying from USTR, April 2012 NEW!
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Dangers for Access to Medicines in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement: Comparative Analysis of the U.S. Intellectual Property Proposal and Chilean Law, April 2012 NEW!
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Chart comparing pharmaceutical patent and data provisions in leaked U.S. proposals to the TPFTA, TRIPS Agreement and FTAs in negotiating countries, December 2011


Derechos Digitales Analyses:

"Chile and the TPP Negotiation: Analysis of the economic and political impact" by Carlos Furche, Former director of International Economic Relations (DIRECON),  May, 2013

Santiago Intersessional Meeting on Intellectual Property

(April 9-13, 2012)

Public Seminar: “Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)¿Avance o Retroceso?: Impacto en Acceso a Medicamentos y Conocimiento”, Centro de Extension, Universidad Catolica


Actions against the TPP in Chile

ONG Derechos Digitales launched a public campaign against the TPP. In twelve hours, more than 3,500 people sent emails to the President and his top advisers, to express their opposition to the TPP. See petition here

By March 2012, the campaign had expanded to include more than 6,000 people. Read more here (en español)

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The TPP Will Also Affect Copyright Legislation and Internet Rights in Chile: Find out more


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