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Is there any governing body to resolve patent issues on medicines between two nations?

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no, there is not. but there are different international organizations who work that out on a case by case basis. often the who is als involved: http://www.who.int/en/


There is no specific international organization that resolve patent issues on medicines between two nations but there is an international body that help resolve intellectual property issues between two countries in general.

The WIPO(World Intellectual Property Organization) is a specialized agencies put up be the United Nations that support and encourage creativity, intellectual property protection and innovation around the world, specifically in United Nations member countries.

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