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Council for Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights - The Relationship Between the TRIPS Agreement and the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and the Protection of Traditional Knowledge [...]mbia, Cuba, India and Pakistan
日期:2006/02/24
作者:BOLIVIA, BRAZIL, COLOMBIA, CUBA, INDIA AND PAKISTAN
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World Trade Organization IP/C/W/459 18 November 2005 (05-5450) Council for Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights Original: English THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE TRIPS AGREEMENT AND THE CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY (CBD) AND THE PROTECTION OF TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE TECHNICAL OBSERVATIONS ON the United states SUBMISSION IP/C/W449 BY BOLIVIA, BRAZIL, COLOMBIA, CUBA, INDIA AND PAKISTAN The following communication, dated 21 October 2005, is being circulated at the request of the Delegations of Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, India and Pakistan. Colombia has been added as a cosponsor in accordance with its request dated 2 November 2005. _______________ General Comments on the Doha Mandate to Examine the Relationship Between the TRIPS Agreement and the CBD Conflict between TRIPS and the CBD The United States, in all its submissions, has argued that there is no conflict between TRIPS and the CBD. In its most recent submi