TPP: ‘Missed Opportunity’ Or ‘Unprecedented Assault’?
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Some form of consensus among the 12 countries taking part in the Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade talks may have been reached on the highly charged issue of biologics' exclusivity, but there is still a lack of transparency on the details while the basic deal seems to be satisfying no one outside the closed circle of negotiators.
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