Trips Agreement Italiano

With regard to the implementation of the agreement, developed countries had one year to bring their laws and practices into line with the agreement. This period has been extended to five years for developing and countries that have moved from a centralized economy to a market economy, and to 11 years for the least developed countries. The agreement on the commercial aspects of intellectual property rights (in Italiano, Accordo sugli aspetti commerciali dei diritti di propriet√© intellettuale), spesso noto come accordo TRIPs, a trattato internazionale promosso dall`Organizzazione world del commercio, meglio conosciuta come OMC, al fine di fissare lo standard per la tutela de la On 4 November 2002 he rappresentante del commercio degli USA Robert Zoellick ha notificato l`intenzione del presidente Bush di avviare negoziati per un accordo di libero scambio (Free Trade Zone o “FTA”) con i paesi della Unione doganale dell`Africa meridionale (“SACU”). In particolare si ritenevano insoddisfacenti le protezione intellettuale in tali regioni, specie per quanto riguarda il commercio di farmaci anti AIDS. Si auspicavano quindi accordi con standard di protezione intellettuale maggiore rispetto ai precedenti accordi TRIPs. Tali accordi bilaterali, multilaterali o regionali vengono quindi chiamati accordi TRIPs-plus. [1] In quest`ottica le nazioni sviluppate stanno negoziando speciali accordi con i governi dei paesi poveri, ove vengano richiesti standard superiori a quelli richiesti dagli accordi trips. Tali accordi sono generalmente segreti; uno di questi sarebbe l`Accordo commercial anticontraffazione. [2] Etichette: commercio internazionalediritto internazionaleintectuctual propertyInternational lawInternational tradeIPMarchiomarchio registratopropriet√© intellettualeregistered trademarkTMtrademarktripsWTO Council Decision 94/800/CE on the conclusion in for the EU of the agreements reached in the Uruguay Round multilateral negotiations (1986-1994) 3. To exploit economies of scale, to facilitate local drug production: where a developing or less developed country is a member of the WTO in a regional trade agreement under Article XXIV of the GATT 1994 and the decision of 28 November 1979 on the recapitalization and increased participation of developing countries (L/4903), of which at least half are country-based, which are currently on the list of least developed countries of the United Nations, the commitment of this member covered in Article 31, point f), does not apply, to the extent necessary, for a drug manufactured or imported in that Member State under compulsory license to be exported to the markets of the other contracting parties of the developed or least advanced country of the regional trade agreement that share the problem. It goes without saying that this will not affect the territorial nature of the patent rights in question.