Trade Agreements

The Importance of Intellectual Property and International Investment Agreements for Overcoming the “Peripheral Economy Trap”: A Response to Ian Taylor’s “Sixty Years Later: Africa’s Stalled Decolonization

Supplementary Protection Certificates in EU Legislation: The Access Challenge For Emerging States

Emerging States are urged to be more proactive in treaty making and the language contained therein. In essence, the inclusion of provisions to prevent misuse/ abuse of IPRs and anti-competitive practices in FTAs should be encouraged added to in-depth scrutiny of relevant IP provisions frequently found in TAs and/or that have been identified as bearing particular importance to the generic and biosimilar industries.