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Financial Express: GIPC co-hosts session with AMCHAM on India’s National IPR Policy

Global innovators highlight the ability of strong IP protections to drive innovation and the need for an action-oriented approach towards the policy GIPC recently co-hosted an interactive session with AMCHAM on India’s national IPR policy. A diverse group of industry, academic and government experts gathered to share their views on the ...

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Business Insider: Seizing India’s Innovation Opportunity

By Kalpana Reddy A lot can change in two years - or not. The world has weathered an economic crisis and has come together through to tackle poverty, hunger, disease, and global terror. India will play a pivotal role in responding to existing and emerging global challenges but India must also put its own house in order. The election of ...

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PTI: India’s new IPR policy a step in right direction: Verma

Hyderabad, Jun 24 (PTI) Describing the new IPR policy by the Centre as a "step in the right direction", US Ambassador to India Richard Verma today stressed the need for robust IP protection mechanism, saying foreign investors would also make decisions based on steps being taken to protect Intellectual Property. "India's recently released IPR ...

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The Times of India: Under PM Modi Under PM Modi, world feels this is India’s moment – but needs less rhetoric, more reforms and strong Intellectual Property rights: Patrick Kilbride

By Srijana Mitra Das GIPC’s International IP Index ranks India 37th amongst 38 nations studied. Now, India’s IP Policy is out. What are notable positives and drawbacks? The establishment of a National IP Policy underscores the importance of innovation and intellectual property protections to India’s economic growth. While the ...

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The Hill: High stakes for Indian PM’s visit

By Vicki Needham U.S. business groups are pushing Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to finally deliver on promises to eliminate trade and economic barriers as he arrives in Washington on Tuesday for a crucial visit. The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) and Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) are among the groups ...

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Morning Consult: Modi’s Mission to ‘Open Up’ U.S.-India Trade Is Still a Work in Progress

By Linda Dempsey For the past two years, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has touted a pro-business and pro-growth message: announcing that India, the world’s largest democracy, was “open for business” and that his government would take concrete steps to boost the ease of doing business there. Businesses in the U.S., India and ...

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The Hill: Business groups push White House, Congress to improve US-India relationship

By Vicki Needham Business groups are expressing growing frustration about India’s lack of progress toward removing trade and economic barriers and opening the country’s markets to U.S. exports. The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) and U.S. Chamber of Commerce are among the groups calling on India Prime Minister Narendra Modi ...

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PTI: US mfg industry seeks removal of trade, tax barriers in India

By PTI The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) the largest manufacturing outfit in the US in a letter to Commerce Secretary, Penny Pritzker, and US Trade Representative, Michael Froman, has sent a list of priorities which it said needs to be pushed with India. The US manufacturing industry appealed to the Obama admini...

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PTI: US mfg industry seeks removal of trade, tax barriers in India

By PTI The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) the largest manufacturing outfit in the US in a letter to Commerce Secretary, Penny Pritzker, and US Trade Representative, Michael Froman, has sent a list of priorities which it said needs to be pushed with India. The US manufacturing industry appealed to the Obama ...

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The Hill: Frustration with India mounts

By Vicki Needham Business groups are expressing growing frustration about India’s lack of progress toward removing trade and economic barriers and opening the country’s markets to U.S. exports. The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) and U.S. Chamber of Commerce are among the groups calling on India Prime Minister Narendra Modi ...

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