India’s new draft IP rights policy through a global lens

By Dipanjan Nag and Sudeep Basu

The Indian government hopes that its draft IP rights policy can provide a boost to innovation in the country

The new Indian government has wasted no time in demonstrating its pro-business attitude by releasing a long-awaited draft IP rights policy. In the past, India has always been lumped in with China when it comes to IP protection. However, the situation in India is complex as the country has a quite different relationship to IP rights from the other BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China)...

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