November Edition of IP-Watch Monthly Reporter Now Available

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The Intellectual Property Watch Monthly Reporter features the most important news on IP policymaking, the latest on who is coming and going in the IP community at the United Nations, World Trade Organization, Geneva missions, regional and national IP offices, industry and non-governmental organisations, plus News Briefs on reports and events that do not appear on the IP-Watch website (www.ip-watch.org).

For this and more, read the Intellectual Property Watch Monthly Reporter, now available online for subscribers at: http://www.ip-watch.org/reporter.php.

Page 1 Developed Nations’ Strategy Revealed On Patent Harmonisation, WIPO Policies
Page 1 “Dynamic Coalitions,” The New Sword In Internet Governance Debates
Page 3 WTO TRIPS Council Snags On Enforcement, Discusses Biodiversity
Page 4 Consultations On IP Working Group To Feed Into Key WHO Meeting
Page 4 Parliament Agrees To Patent Reform Plan As Copyright Policy Debated
Page 5 The Video Sites They Are A-Changing
Page 6 Novartis Persists With Challenge To Indian Patent Law
Page 7 Global Pharmaceutical Industry Launches Ethics Code, Backs Patents
Page 8 Way Sought To Boost Developing Country Production Of Essential Medicines
Page 10 News Briefs
Page 11 People

French and Spanish translations of certain stories are available on www.ip-watch.org.

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Comments

  1. Juan Antonio Reus Anda says

    It is kind of strange to me that your prestigious page on I.P. had ignored the honor given to Mr. Jorge Amigo, Director General of IMPI, Mexican Instotute of Industrial Property, one of the ten most important I.P. offices of the world, with the Venetian Award to Intellectual Property the last october in Venice, in a very select ceremony with the presence of Mr. Kamil Idris and other VIP’s. It seems to me that this kink of honor should be known by all the participants in the I.P. world.
    Best Regards
    Juan Antonio Reus

  2. William New says

    Thank you for the comment. I must admit we were not aware of this event or Sr Amigo’s award so we appreciate your note. Perhaps there is a website readers can link to for more information? We welcome all contributions and look forward to hearing more.

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