Analysis

Public Citizen's Analyses


Joint analyses

Further analyses

Leaked Trade Negotiation Documents

Wikileaks publishes complete IP chapter, October 2014

Wikileaks publishes complete IP chapter, November 2013


US Documents

Leaked TPP text on Copyright Limitations and Exceptions (links to keionline.org) August, 2012

Leaked US Proposed Investment Chapter (Links to citizenstrade.org)
June, 2012

Leaked US Proposed TBT Annexes on Medical Devices, Pharmaceutical Products and Cosmetic Products (links to citizenstrade.org), October, 2011

Leaked US Proposed Transparency Text (links to citizenstrade.org), October, 2011

Leaked US Proposed IP Text (links to citizenstrade.org), October, 2011

Leaked US Trans-Pacific FTA Paper on Eliminating Pre-Grant Opposition, July, 2011

Leaked US Proposed IP Text (links to keionline.org), February, 2011


New Zealand Documents

Leaked Proposed Intellectual Property Text, February, 2011

Leaked Paper submitted by New Zealand on IP Proposal, December, 2010


Chile Documents

Leaked Preliminary Intellectual Property Proposals, February, 2011

Regulatory Coherence

Leaked Regulatory Coherence Text (links to citizenstrade.org), October, 2011













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