NAM: WTO Decision on Solar Localization Rules Marks Victory for U.S. Manufacturers

By: Ryan Ong, Director for International Business Policy at the National Association of Manufacturers United States Trade Representative Michael Froman announced today that a World Trade Organization (WTO) dispute settlement panel had found that localization rules under India’s national solar energy policy violated WTO international trade ...

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First Post: Modi govt vying for India’s long-term growth story, but lacks reforms on protecting intellectural property rights

February 15, 2016 Kalpana Reddy Prime Minister Modi has succeeded in putting India back on the world economic map and as the global economy is witnessing lingering slowdown, India has been one of the few countries to emerge relatively unscathed. Eliminating the license raj, combatting corruption, making investments in infrastructure ...

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India Ranks Next-to-Last in GIPC’s IP Index

Yesterday, the Global Intellectual Property Center (GIPC) released the U.S. Chamber’s annual International Intellectual Property (IP) Index revealing that India still needs to make major improvements to its IP environment to keep pace with its international trade competitors and to attract trade and investment in innovative industries that are ...

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