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EU Plans IP Law Shake-Up

New Patent Scheme And SPCs Are In The Frame

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European Commission proposals for strengthening intellectual property protections in the EU, particularly the supplementary protection certificate (SPC) system, have been broadly welcomed by Europe’s brand industry. But the medical NGO, MSF, says the SPC proposals run counter to the commission’s own efforts to improve access to medicines.

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