Robert Weissman is editor of Multinational Monitor magazine and codirector of Essential Action, a corporate accountability group. He also is coauthor of Corporate Predators: The Hunt for Megaprofits and the Attack on Democracy.
Summary: The United States government and U.S. pharmaceutical companies have actively opposed efforts by developing countries to make life-saving AIDS drugs more affordable and available in their countries. The efforts of these developing countries involve compulsory licensing and parallel importing, two ways of making AIDS drugs...
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