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Public Citizen's analyses

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

Other Documents

    Oxfam International: Press Release: US Trade Policy Putting Public Health at Risk (March 4, 2013)

    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, 2012

    Vietnam 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 in Vietnam (29 February, 2012)

    "New Trade Deal Would Benefit Big Pharma at AIDS Programs' Expense," October 2011 (links to

    English | Vietnamese

    PEPFAR Vietnam COP REPORT FY 2010: excerpt on necessity of generic medicines 

    Partner Organizations in Vietnam

    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


    Latest news about the TPP

    November 18, 2016 - Yes! Magazine: How a Battle Over Affordable Medicine Helped Kill the TPP
    November 15, 2016 - Statement: TPP RIP
    November 13, 2016 - La Republica: Peter Maybarduk: “El nivel de protección monopólico para medicinas subirá con el TPP”
    November 11, 2016 - Medium: No, Trump Didn’t Kill the TPP — Progressives Did
    October 28, 2016 - Foreign Affairs: The TPP and Drug Prices -- Not a Settled Matter

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    Vietnam's Kaletra action page (leaves Trans-Pacific FTA area of site)

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