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Article 27.3(b), Traditional Knowledge, Convention on Biological Diversity | Public Health | Geographical Indications |
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Related to article 27-3 (b), Traditional Knowledge, Convention on Biological Diversity
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Organisation:

Communication from Brazil

Title:

Response to questions raised on the draft amendment to TRIPS. Article 29BIS

Content /
Proposals:

The document is provides some clarifications on the proposed amendment to the TRIPS to incorporate disclosure requirements in patent applications

 

Date:

26 July, 2006

Reference:

IP/C/W/475

 

Organisation:

Note by Brazil, India, Paksitan, Thailand, Peru and Tanzania

Title:

Doha Work Programme- The outstanding Implementation Issue on the Relationship between the TRIPS Agreement and the Convention on Biological Diversity

Content /
Proposals:

The document is the draft text of the proposed Amendment to the TRIPS Agreement to incorporate disclosure requirements in patent applications

 

Date:

5 July , 2006

Reference:

WT/GC/W/564/rev2 or TN/C/W/41 or IP/C/W/474

 

Organisation:

Norway

Title:

The Relationship between the TRIPS Agreement, the Convention on Biological Diversity and the protection of traditional knowledge — Amending the TRIPS Agreement to Introduce an Obligation to Disclose the Origin of Genetic Resources and Traditional Knowledge in Patent Applications (Also circulated as WT/GC/W/566 and TN/C/W/42)

Content /
Proposals:

This communication outlines the key principles Norway believes must be taken into account in ensuring that the TRIPS and CBD are implemented in a mutually supportive manner

 

Date:

14 June 2006

Reference:

IP/C/W/473

 

Organisation:

Japan

Title:

The Patent System and Genetic Resources

Content /
Proposals:

Japan thinks that the work of the TRIPS Council should take into account the relevant work being carried out by WIPO to avoid the duplication of efforts and,this document is an effort in that direction.

 

Date:

13 June 2006

Reference:

IP/C/W/472

 

Organisation:

Bolivia, Cuba, Ecuador, India, Sri Lanka and Thailand

Title:

Submission in Response to the Communication from Switzerland (IP/C/W/446)

Content /
Proposals:

The aim of this paper is to answer all concerns and thereby alleviate the so-called "ambiguities" surrounding the implementation issue.

 

Date:

21 March 2006

Reference:

IP/C/W/470

 

Organisation:

United States

Title:

Article 27.3(b), Relationship between the TRIPS Agreement and the CBD, and the Protection of Traditional Knowledge and Folklore

Content /
Proposals:

The purpose of this paper is to continue to facilitate discussions under agenda items pursuant to paragraphs 12 and 19 of the Doha Ministerial Declaration.

 

Date:

13 March 2006

Reference:

IP/C/W/469

 

Organisation:

Note by the Secretariat

Title:

Protection of Traditional Knowledge and Folklore, summary of issues raised and points made

Content /
Proposals:

The document replaces the earlier summary note in IP/C/W/370, with respect to the protection of traditional knowledge and folklore.

 

Date:

9 March 2006

Reference:

IP/C/W/370/Rev.1

 

Organisation:

Note by the Secretariat

Title:

Review of the provisions of Article 27.3(b), summary of issues raised and points made

Content /
Proposals:

The present document, which replaces IP/C/W/369, on the topic and includes the points that have been made more specifically with respect to the review of the provisions of Article 27.3(b) since the circulation of the original note.

 

Date:

9 March 2006

Reference:

IP/C/W/369/Rev.1

 

Organisation:

Note by the Secretariat

Title:

The relationship between the TRIPS Agreement and the Convention on Biological Diversity, summary of issues raised and points made

Content /
Proposals:

The document replaces the earlier document IP/C/W368 examining the relationship between the TRIPS Agreement and the CBD

 

Date:

8 February 2006

Reference:

IP/C/W/368/Rev.1

 
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