Category Archives: EU-India FTA
By A. RANGARAJAN, The Frontline | Edition September 2, 2016 Medecins Sans Frontieres warns that the free or regional trade agreements that are being negotiated, which seek to strengthen current patent regimes, are a potential threat to the developing world’s … Continue reading
Hepatitis C sufferer warns ‘hundreds of thousands will die’ if India changes patent law in trade deal
By South Asia correspondent James Bennett, ABC News | Apr 2, 2016 India, sometimes dubbed “pharmacy to the developing world”, is facing pressure to change strict patent laws as it negotiates a trade deal with Europe. That would make it easier … Continue reading
Resumption of India-EU FTA negotiations Will access to affordable generic medicines come under threat?
To, Ms. Cecilia Malmström, European Commissioner for Trade, Brussels Re: 13th EU-India summit 30 March 2016 Resumption of India-EU FTA negotiations Will access to affordable generic medicines come under threat?
MSF urges Indian Prime Minister not to cave into pressure from EU to accept trade deal that could harm access to medicines for millions of people Brussels/Geneva/New Delhi, 29 March, 2016 – Ahead of tomorrow’s EU-India Summit in Brussels, the … Continue reading
Source: LiveMint |Mar 02 2016, ECONOMY MARKET-PULSE In order to strengthen technical co-operation on good manufacturing practices, Minister of State for Fertilisers Hansraj Gangaram Ahir has said that India is engaging with European Union’s (EU) to sort out regulatory issues following … Continue reading
Source: The Indian Express| February 29, 2016 PM Modi’s visit to Saudi Arabia will be preceded by a trip to Washington for NSS, which will be attended by leaders from nearly 50 countries, including Pakistan’s Sharif. Prime Minister Narendra Modi … Continue reading
Source: Money Control | February 17, 2016 Top officials of India and the European Union (EU) will meet again on February 22 in Brussels to review the stalled negotiations for the proposed free trade agreement. On January 18 here, chief negotiators of … Continue reading