China Commits To Patent Linkage And Extensions In US Trade Deal
Data Protection Also Included In Deal
The first phase of a major trade agreement just signed by the US and China obliges the latter to implement a system linking pharma patent enforcement to marketing authorization procedures as well as to offer patent-term extensions.
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