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  • Academics, activists come to India’s aid as patents face US lens

    Hindustan Times - 02/10/2014

    “Whatever effect India’s policies may have on profits (of) multinational companies, including those headquartered in the US, India’s recent enactment and implementation of its patent law (are) fully in accord with the World Trade Organisation’s Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS),” said academics Brook Baker, Srividhya Ragavan and Sean Flynn in a joint submission to the US Trade Representative (USTR), asking to be allowed to testify at its hearing in support of India’s patent regime.

     

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