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Notes on reading # 8 - Comment: Compulsory Licensing of...

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Comment: Compulsory Licensing of Patented Pharmaceutical Inventions: Evaluating the Options Jerome H. Reichman The right of governments to grant compulsory licenses on virtually any ground - including public interest, abuse or anticompetitive conduct, or for noncommercial government use, among others - issued stronger and clearer from the TRIPS Agreement than had previously been the case under the Paris Convention Industry while international minimum standards Of patent protection have gradually and Progressively risen over time, in keeping With the expressed goals of the Paris Union, every attempt to limit or constrain a state's power to Issue compulsory licenses has invariably resulted in a Strengthening of that same power at the international Level. Policymakers and scholars should also note That two European Union (E.U.) countries, France and Belgium, recently adopted new and sweeping powers To grant compulsory licenses of patented pharmaceutical
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2010 for the course PSC 222 taught by Professor Jing during the Spring '10 term at Rochester.

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