EFPIA Welcomes EU/Vietnam Trade Deal That ‘Goes Beyond TRIPS’
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
The R&D-based pharmaceutical industry in Europe has welcomed the agreement between the EU and Vietnam on a free trade deal that will remove almost all tariffs on goods traded between the two economies while implementing strong intellectual property protections for pharmaceuticals.
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