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NEW TRENDS IN TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER: IMPLICATIONS FOR A WIPO DEVELOPMENT AGENDA

Side Event at the Provisional Committee on Proposals related to a WIPO Development Agenda, Third Session

Room B, WIPO Building
34, Chemin des Colombettes, Geneva, Switzerland
21 February 2007 at 13.15-14.45

Description | Participants | Documents |

Participants

1. Malini AISOLA, Knowledge Ecology International

2. Kofi AMENYAH, Permanent Mission of Ghana

3. Nick ASHTON-HART, Consensus Optimus

4. Zigrids AUMEISTERS, Patent Office of Latvia

5. John BARTON, Stanford University

6. Paolo BIFANI, Independent Consultant

7. Beatriz BORHER, World Intellectual Property Organization

8. Esteban BURRONE, World Intellectual Property Organization

9. Wu CHANGLIN, State IP Office of China

10. Furaha CHARLES, Permanent Mission of Rwanda

11. Fleur CLAESSENS, International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development

12. Anne-Marie COLANDREA, Permanent Mission of the Holy See

13. Susan CROWLEY, Merk

14. Juan Manuel ESCALANTE, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ecuador

15. Lu GUOLIANG, State IP office of China

16. Ivan HJERTMAN, IP Interface AB, Sweden

17. Myrna HUGGINS, Permanent Mission of Trinidad and Tobago

18. Asad M. KHAN, Permanent Mission of Pakistan

19. Victor KONDE, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development

20. Aleksandr KULINKOVICH, Permanent Mission of Belarus

21. Iryna KUCHMA, Electronic Information for Libraries (eIFL)

22. Narae LEE, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development

23. M.E. MOWLA, Permanent Mission of Bangladesh

24. Netshitenzhe MC DONALD, South African Department of Trade and Industry

25. Eric NOEHRENBERG, International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers & Associations

26. Flavio PIRONEA, Permanent Mission of Romania

27. Simon QOBO, Permanent Mission of South Africa

28. Elizabeth REICHEL, The World Conservation Union Commission on Environmental Economic and Social Policy

29. J. RIJNIERS, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Netherlands

30. Pascale ROCHETTE, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada

31. Pedro ROFFE, International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development

32. Usman SARKI, Permanent Mission of Nigeria

33. Edward SIGEI, Attorney General's Office- Copyright, Kenya

34. Michael S. SHAPIRO, US Patent and Trademark Office

35. Wayne SHINYA, Canadian Heritage

36. F.K. SIBANDA, Trade and Industry, South Africa

37. M'hamed SIDELKHIR, Permanent Mission of Morocco

38. Lesia STANGRET, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada

39. Riaz TAYOB, Third World Network

40. Gina VEA, International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development

41. David VIVAS- International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development

42. Daphne YONG-D'HERVÉ, International Chamber of Commerce

43. Yangling ZHAO, Permanent Mission of China

44. Frank van der ZWAN, Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs

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