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Joint letter to Secretary of State Blinken, Commerce Secretary Raimondo, USTR Ambassador Tai and White House Chief of Staff Jeffrey Zients on the WTO TRIPS Waiver and upcoming WTO 13th Ministerial Conference

February 21, 2024

The companies and workers represented by the undersigned organizations stepped up to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, investing in and creating hundreds of partnerships at an unprecedented speed and scale to leverage U.S. innovation and manufacturing capacity to create, produce and distribute critical products needed to save lives. U.S. industry has partnered with associations, governments, academia, civil society and international organizations to increase supply and delivery of those products to those most in need. These efforts helped bring the pandemic phase of COVID-19 in the U.S. and around the world to an end....

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Joint letter to Secretary of State Blinken, Commerce Secretary Raimondo, USTR Ambassador Tai and White House Chief of Staff Jeffrey Zients on the WTO TRIPS Waiver and upcoming WTO 13th Ministerial Conference (February 21, 2024)
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