Notifications related to the use of the special compulsory licensing system – Search

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The special compulsory licensing system (also commonly referred to as the “Paragraph 6 System”) refers to the system set up by the WTO that created a new form of compulsory licence specifically for the export of medicines (see further background information). The use of this special compulsory licence requires formal notification to the WTO.

There are three types of notifications:

  1. importing Member's one-off general notification of intention to use the special compulsory licensing system (not required for least-developed country Members);
  2. importing Member's specific notification of the details of the needed pharmaceutical products and other details required under the special compulsory licensing system;
  3. exporting Member's notification of grant of a compulsory licence for export and conditions attached to it.

This page allows you to search the notifications related to the use of the Special Compulsory Licensing System. You can consult your search results on screen, download and print them in Excel format. You can also download individual documents as notified by the Member.

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Document symbol Date of document distribution Type of document Member Download document
IP/N/10/CAN/1 08/10/2007 Exporting Member's Notification of Grant of a Compulsory Licence for Export Canada
IP/N/9/RWA/1 19/07/2007 Importing Member's Specific Notification of the Details Required under the Paragraph 6 System Rwanda

 
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