August/September Edition of IP-Watch Monthly Reporter Now Available

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The Intellectual Property Watch Monthly Reporter features the most important news on international 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 (

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  • Page 1 WHO Draft Negotiating Text On IP, Innovation Welcomed, Criticised
  • Page 1 WIPO: Global Patent System Under Stress; Policy Agenda Emerging
  • Page 3 Change To EU Enforcement Directive Could Criminalise Parallel Imports
  • Page 4 US Asks WTO To Take IP Complaint On China To Higher Level
  • Page 4 Rwanda First To Use WTO Patent Provision For Public Health Needs
  • Page 5 Observers Watchful Of US Trade Impact On Medicines Access
  • Page 6 Novartis Loses IP Challenge In India; WTO Case Appears Unlikely
  • Page 7 Intellectual Property Issues In Play In WTO Negotiations
  • Page 8 US Patent Reform Advances But Outcome, Global Impact Uncertain
  • Page 9 WIPO Traditional Knowledge Committee Suggests New Mandate
  • Page 10 Belgian Court Orders ISPs To Install Filters To Stop P2P Piracy
  • Page 11 Outside Review Finds Human Resource Problems At WIPO
  • Page 12 US Ruling Creates Uncertainty For Famous Foreign Trademarks
  • Page 13 UN Body Offers Guidance To Governments On Stronger IP Systems
  • Page 14 News In Brief
  • Page 16 People

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