Round 16 : Singapore

March 4-13, 2013

Over 400 groups urge a New Direction for the Trans-Pacific Partnership and Other 21st Century Trade Agreements, March 4, 2013

News from the Singapore Round

The 16th and latest round of the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations took place in Singapore between March 4th and 13th. During this round, negotiators focused mainly on enforcement issues. They began with a discussion on civil and criminal enforcement measures, in which, according to sources, negotiators reached consensus on certain parts of the text. Up until this round, Canada, Mexico and Singapore were the only countries that had not indicated their opposition to the US proposal on pharmaceuticals, known as the TEAM paper.It has been speculated that they finally stated their positions in Singapore. Read More

New Factsheets

Letter and Statements

March 6, 2013 is "Access to Medicines" Day

March 10, 2013 Lunch for Intellectual Property and Investment Negotiators

Access to Medicines & Investor Privileges under Free Trade Agreements: The Case of Eli Lilly

 

News from Singapore
 

Stakeholder Briefing, March 6, 2013

 

Chief negotiators (CN) provide an update on the round to stakeholders.
 

      

 

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