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At a glance: what’s changed in the latest draft

James Nurton, London

The final ACTA draft released this week resolves a number of questions that were still in dispute when the previous draft was published last month

That “informal predicisional/deliberative draft”, dated October 2, included a number of highlighted and italicised sections where some of the 37 negotiating parties had expressed reservations.

The most significant changes in the final draft are in section 5, which concerns...

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