WHO and UN actions undermine IP and hurt innovation, warns PhRMA
PhRMA urges USTR to protect US innovation abroad
BIO welcomes ‘Special 301 Report’
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Trade associations Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) and Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) have called for Malaysia to be placed on the US Trade Representative’s (USTR) watch list in its “2018 Special 301 Report”.
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