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Utilizing TRIPS flexibilities for Public Health Protection through South-South Regional Framework

@inproceedings{Musungu2004UtilizingTF,
  title={Utilizing TRIPS flexibilities for Public Health Protection through South-South Regional Framework},
  author={S. Musungu and S. Villanueva and R. Blasetti},
  year={2004}
}
In August 1995, the South Centre became a permanent intergovernmental organization of developing countries. In pursuing its objectives of promoting South solidarity, South-South cooperation, and coordinated participation by developing countries in international forums, the South Centre prepares, publishes and distributes information , strategic analyses and recommendations on international economic , social and political matters of concern to the South. For detailed information about the South… Expand

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