India’s treatment of IP rights means that others won’t listen to its royalty fund proposal 14 Dec 12
The perennial issue of access to green technology was revisited at the United Nations climate change summit in Doha, Qatar, last week. India’s suggestions for a royalty fund to help developing nations pay patent licence fees fell on deaf ears. Could it be that the developed world is losing some of its trust in the country’s IP credentials?
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