Thursday, January 29, 2015

Groser: NZ Seeking Reasonable Compromises On PHARMAC, GIs

In a Nov. 30 interview with Inside U.S. Trade, New Zealand Trade Minister Tim Groser signaled that he is willing to be flexible on two key issues in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations: new disciplines for New Zealand's pharmaceutical pricing agency and protections for geographical indications (GIs). The 15th round of TPP negotiations kicks off today (Dec. 3) in Auckland.

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