[Ip-health] USTR 301 Report: A question

Michael H Davis m.davis at csuohio.edu
Thu May 3 14:09:13 PDT 2018

I remember seeing this when going through the filings.I believe at least one way of finding it is to go to Chile's filing where they state what they have done and either state or imply what their commitment had been last time around.



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From: "Kaplan, Warren" <wak at bu.edu>
Date: 5/3/18 4:59 PM (GMT-05:00)
To: Burcu Kilic <bkilic at citizen.org>, Ip-health at lists.keionline.org
Subject: [Ip-health] USTR 301 Report: A question

Dear Colleagues:
There was a recent, interesting summary of the latest USTR 301 report and we have a question.

The summary for Chile (one of the "usual suspects")  stated that "... Chile did not deliver any tangible progress on outstanding IP commitments in recent years."

I've not read the Report yet so apologies but can anyone provide some insight or does someone actually know what these "outstanding IP commitments" are?

Thanks in advance for any help in this.

Warren Kaplan, PhD, JD, MPH
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