NEW DELHI: Brushing aside the US allegations on intellectual property regime, India today asserted that its laws are fully compliant with international agreements and the country has never deviated from global practices. "When it comes to ... Economic Times, 4 days ago
India Rejects US Allegations About Intellectual Property Rights Stance, Says Its IPR Regime Is WTO Compliant; Accuses US Of Trade Protectionism - International Business Times, 3 days ago
India rejects US allegations, says IPR regime compliant with World Trade Organization agreements - Financial Express, 3 days ago
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New Delhi is furious about a threat of trade sanctions made by USTR office over its protection of IPR, preference for domestic producers and non-trade barriers. NEW DELHI: India has decided to block investigations by the United States into its trade policies ...Economic Times, 1 week ago India Prepares For WTO Fight With US Over Intellectual Property Economy Watch, 1 week ago India takes US trade policy battle to WTO Gulf Daily News, 1 week ago India to block U.S. trade probes, ready for fight at WTO Sharenet, 1 week ago
NEW DELHI: The government on Tuesday said its laws on intellectual property were fully in line with global agreements and rejected arguments that New Delhi had not followed global practices. Friction between the US and India on trade issues have ...Times of India, 4 days ago India hits back over US charges on IPR Asian Age, 4 days ago India rejects US charges on IPR ZeeNews.com, 4 days ago
WASHINGTON: A Geneva-based intergovernmental organisation of developing countries has slammed America and developed world countries for pressurising India over its IP (intellectual property) laws, which it alleged undermines the legitimacy of WTO. ...Economic Times, 2 days ago Targeting India's IP Laws Undermines WTO's Legitimacy' Silicon India, 2 days ago INDO-US TRADE'Targetting India's IP laws undermines WTO's legitimacy' The Week, 2 days ago
NEW DELHI: Rajeev Kher is no stranger to trade, having spent the past few years dealing first with Saarc and then with WTO issues and free trade agreements. In his first interview since taking over as commerce secretary, Kher tells TOI that India-US ...Times of India, 3 days ago
and 2008 worldwide. This, it added, showed that environmentally rational technology was controlled by private monopolies through patents and other IPRs. Further, according to India, in the six energy technologies (wind, solar, photovoltaic, ...Third World Network, 2 days ago India likely to drag US to WTO if classified Priority Country The Hindu, 1 week ago India may move WTO against US downgrade Deccan Chronicle, 1 week ago India may take US to WTO The Week, 1 week ago
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During the recent times, the Obama administration had been strongly criticising India's investment climate and IPR laws, specially in the pharmaceuticals and the solar sectors. Photo: Hemant Mishra/Mint New Delhi: Toughening its stand against the ...Livemint.com, 1 week ago PTI - INDOUS-TRADE 2 LAST Namibia Press Agency, 2 days ago Government Officials Turn Down Meeting USITC ... EFYTimes.com, 1 week ago Indian officials decline to meet USITC officials Indian Express, 1 week ago
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NEW DELHI: India is likely to stop discussing intellectual property rights (IPRs) issues bilaterally with the United States, toughening its stance against the world's largest economy that has, of late, stepped up scrutiny of India's regime to ...Economic Times, 1 week ago
The government appears to have decided not to grant visas to the US officials planning to visit India and investigate the country's trade and industrial practices, especially related to laws governing intellectual property rights (IPR). This was ...Business Standard India, 1 week ago
India hardens trade stance against USThe government has maintained that Indian laws are compliant with WTO rules and there was nothing wrong with them.
NEW DELHI: The government is set to ask all its officials to stay away from any interaction with a delegation from the US International Trade Commission (USITC), a quasi-judicial agency, probing the impact of on the American economy in what is seen ...Times of India, 2 weeks ago
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