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Nursing the big boys

As international patent standards come into force in India, its widely hailed pharmaceutical industry is facing turbulence that will likely dramatically raise the price of medicine, at least for the short term.

| Oct 01, 2006

Defocusing, from health to trade

A review of 'The WTO and India's Pharmaceuticals Industry: Patent protection, TRIPS and developing countries' by Sudip Chaudhuri.

| Aug 01, 2006

WTO’s changing architecture

The ‘developing’ and ‘least developed’ countries have evolved a two-pronged approach: to keep fighting for their due rights and tariffs within the WTO; and create various safety nets in the form of bilateral and regional …

| Jan 22, 2006

WTO and agriculture

The Great Trade Robbery and the neo-poor.

| Sep 01, 2003

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