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The TRIPS Agreement and Public Health: Understanding the Reform Agenda

26 November 2021

Summary

The Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) is one of the main annexes to the Marrakesh Agreement that established the World Trade Organization (WTO). Issues related to TRIPS enforcement began manifesting almost as soon as the agreement entered into force and reemerged amid health emergencies. [1]

Authors

Jhanvi Tripathi
Jhanvi Tripathi is Associate Fellow with ORF’s Geoeconomics Studies Programme. Her research includes international trade policy issues — broadly — digital trade policy, gender and trade, WTO reform, and standards. She also has a keen interest in conflict resolution and negotiation.

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india public health international affairs international trade and investment issue briefs and special reports international trade and finance

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