Medicines emerge as early concern in EU-Thai trade talks
This article was originally published in Scrip
The EU and Thailand have concluded the latest round of negotiations aimed at a comprehensive bilateral Free Trade Agreement (FTA), with both sides having to address early vociferous concerns from civil society groups over the possible impact of any deal on access to important medicines.
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