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Trade-related aspects of intellectual property rights protection
The Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals (Administration) Act 1992 (“Administration Act”) was amended on 31 March 1999 by giving effect to Australia’s obligations under the World Trade Organization Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS). The amendment modified the Agvet Codes by providing a five year period of data exclusivity for undisclosed data of applications for new active constituents.
TRIPS protection is only given to the data associated with primary applications (for approval of new active constituents) made to the APVMA from 1 April 1999 until 31 December 2004. Those applications which have had TRIPS protection will keep that protection until the protection period expires. Where there is TRIPS protected data, the APVMA cannot use that data to grant any secondary applications until 5 years have elapsed since the previous application was determined by the APVMA.
|Approval number||Active Name||Applicant||Approved On||Date protected until|
|58608||n-oleyl-1,3-diaminopropane||Mistring P/L & Nabone P/L T/A Integra Water Treatment So||10/11/2011||10/11/2016|
|58607||n-coco alkyltrimethylenediamines||Mistring P/L & Nabone P/L T/A Integra Water Treatment So||22/11/2011||22/11/2016