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The Canadian government has responded to Eli Lilly’s complaint that recent decisions to invalidate two Lilly patents violated the North American Free Trade Agreement, saying that Lilly’s challenge is “wholly without merit”, and should be dismissed.
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Eli Lilly, NAFTA, Canadian government