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Category Archives: IPR policy
12th Nov 2018, New Delhi The RCEP ministerial meeting is taking place today, 12th November, 2018 in Singapore. It will be followed by Leaders’ Summit on 14th November. There are clear indications that countries want to wrap up the negotiations that started in … Continue reading
Source: The Hindu | July 02, 2018 Some powers with Customs revoked The Union Ministry of Finance has amended Intellectual Property rules to revoke the power vested with Customs authorities to seize imported products based on complaints of patent infringement. … Continue reading
Source: Fix the Patent Laws | May 24, 2018 The Fix the Patent Laws Coalition (FTPL) welcomes the news today that the Cabinet of the Government of South Africa has approved the new Intellectual Property (IP) Policy. After nine years of … Continue reading
Source: Third World Network | May 03, 2018 Geneva, 30 Apr (D. Ravi Kanth) – China has called for a common front against the United States at the World Trade Organization for fighting the “unilateralism and protectionism” unleashed by Washington … Continue reading
By Shalini Bhutani, The Economic & Political Weekly (Vol. 52 Issue No. 7) With other mega regional trade agreements like the Trans–Pacific Partnership in uncertainty, trade treaties like the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership will acquire greater significance beyond their original … Continue reading
The tug of war continues. Even as the Indian Pharmaceutical Alliance, the domestic drug industry lobby group, has appealed to the US Trade Representative to remove India from its Priority Watch List – the latter includes countries that are alleged … Continue reading
In the recently concluded US India Trade Policy Forum meeting held in Delhi, both countries laid emphasis on the importance of having a robust and balanced IPR protection in fostering creativity, promoting innovation, and attracting investment. Indian government was praised … Continue reading