We have previously written about an EU request under Article 63.3 of the TRIPS Agreement relating to "a number of recent [Chinese] judicial decisions and regulations relating to patents," noting that "in four court cases decisions were taken relating to application for and enforcement of injunctions in relation to standard essential patents," as well as China's response to the EU request. This issue was discussed again at the WTO Council for TRIPS meeting held on October 13-14, November 5, 18 and 29, and December 16, 2021.

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