Trips Agreement Criticism

Through the reward and promotion of innovation, it facilitates international trade, promotes economic growth and enables technological progress and the dissemination of knowledge that ultimately benefits both producers and users in developed and developing countries. In order to implement this recommendation, Article 28(1)(b) of the TRIPS Agreement, which defines the rights of procedural patent holders, should be amended. This paragraph provides that the rights of a process patent proprietor apply to the product derived from the process and are not limited to the procedure itself, effectively removing the concept of process patent from the TRIPS Agreement (6). – Of the many factors contributing to the current public health crisis, none is relatively as easy to resolve as the amendment to the TRIPS Agreement. On 14 A historic WTO declaration was made in Doha, Qatar, on 18 November 2001. . .