8Scit cooperation plays an important role in enabling LDCs to establish a strong technological base. However, the enlargement decisions that have been taken so far do not appear to be related to support for the development and dissemination of technologies in the least developed or even relevant countries. For example, the 2005 decision refers to the technical cooperation provided for in Article 67, which has no other purpose than to enable the implementation of the TRIPS agreement12. to enable them to create a solid and sustainable technological base”13 Article 66.2 is vague, There is disagreement over the nature and quantity of incentives that should be granted to the private sector to encourage such transfers14. A study by Surie Moon concluded that it was not known whether Article 66.2 had led to an increase in incentives for technology transfer to LDCs15 35In the WTO framework, Cottier`s financial statements are aimed at a further increase. The flexibility of the international system. which subordinates the implementation of WTO rules to the removal of a number of graduation constraints. In view of social and economic development, it could also correspond to the degree of competitiveness of the industries and sectors concerned.43 Countries that fall below a chosen threshold would be entitled to exceptions44.44 The threshold could be used to define the application of a particular agreement or regime to a particular industry in a country.45 The purpose here is to set the threshold for pharmaceutical patents under the TRIPS agreement under the TRIPS agreement. Pharmaceutical sector in Bangladesh. Chad stated that the current extension of the TRIPS provisions, with the exception of Articles 3, 4 and 5 (dealing with national treatment, the most favoured nation and multilateral agreements on the acquisition or maintenance of protection), will expire on 1 July 2021.