Georgetown Law School, Human Rights Institute | June 9, 2010Read the Publication
In the United States, trade policy is generally considered an economic issue. But for developing countries like the Dominican Republic, it can be a matter of life and death. This report, the culmination of seven months of research by students at Georgetown University Law Center, seeks to shed light on how the intellectual property provisions of the Dominican Republic – Central America – United States Free Trade Agreement (DR-CAFTA) are being implemented in the Dominican Republic and the impact that the Agreement is likely to have on
access to medicine there.