Policy makers not doing enough to create conducive intellectual property environment: Report
'Change in people mindset towards piracy, differential pricing and stronger regulatory systems would be instrumental in bringing down piracy'
Better intellectual property values luring Indian startups abroad
Major Indian startups are incorporating outside as global investors seem to...
India is a leader in Frugal & demand-driven innovation: Francis Gurry
When we look at the speed of innovation, this is one of the big challen...
China is the "world's principal IP infringer": US watchdog
China continues to obtain American IP from US companies operating inside China, from entities elsewhere in the world, and of course from the US directly through conventional as well as cyber means.
Budget 2016:FM introduces special patent regime with 10% tax on exploitation of intellectual property worldwide
Finance Minister announced an additional 10 per cent tax on income generated from the exploitation of intellectual property used anywhere in the world.
'Improvement in India's IP regime remains merely aspirational'
The Policy addresses a number of important gaps in India's national IP environment, including the need for stronger enforcement of existing IP rights.
India continues to fall behind others on patent protection, says US Chamber of Commerce
Out of a total of 35 points, India scores a meager 8.75 compared with 7.05 out of 30 last year due to a relatively mixed performance in five new indicators added in the fifth edition.
Dr Reddy's buys Intellectual Property Rights for anti-coagulant drug for $17.5 million
"Alchemia has received $17.5 million from Dr Reddy's as consideration for the sale. The agreement is effective July, 2015," it added.
Bayer gets over compulsory licence
“India is a large market and we will get through the challenges that are there. It is never easy but we also see huge potential in the Indian market which we cannot ignore.”
India, US to enhance engagement on intellectual property rights issues
Barack Obama and Narendra Modi also reaffirmed the importance of providing transparent and predictable policy environment for fostering innovation.
Companies oppose extension of new drug validity period
As per current provisions, an application for a ‘new drug’ is approved only by the central drug regulatory agency for four years.
Think tank to hold meetings on February 5 on intellectual property rights policy
The six-member think tank has submitted its first draft report on the National Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) policy on December 19 last year.
Blame costly wars, not China, for poor state of US economy: Alibaba's Jack Ma
The US adopted a strategy to control IPRs and select brands three decades ago, leaving lower-level works to the rest of the world, Alibaba's Jack Ma said.
How to strengthen India's case on intellectual property rights
New Delhi is well within its rights to rebuff the US pharma lobby's attempt to label India a habitual intellectual property rights (IPR) offender.
Intellectual property rights may become a subject in education system
The IPR Think Tank, in its draft policy recommended progressive introduction of IP teaching in schools, colleges and other educational institutions.
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