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Latest Articles in intellectual property rights

China Says In Touch With U.S. On Signing Of Phase 1 Trade Deal

U.S. officials say China agreed to increase purchases of U.S. products and services by at least $200 billion over the next two years.

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India Put Out Best Corporate Tax Regime, Its Story Has Just Begun: NITI Aayog CEO

The perception of American investors toward China changed... They will always be looking for alternative investment destinations.

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Need To Develop IPR In Aerospace Sector: Vice Chief Of IAF

S B Deo, Vice Chief of the Air Force, said the newly launched strategic partnership model is a step forward in this direction

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Start-ups Now Need Only A DIPP Certificate For IPR Benefits: Nirmala Sitharaman

To improve ease of doing business, commerce and industry minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said a start-up would now need only a certificate of recognition from the government to avail Intellectual Property Rights-related benefits

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China Calling Apple Copycat Is Rich

From the original copycats, a claims that Apple is ripping off a Chinese phone is laughable - and doesn't do China any good

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Cabinet Approves National IPR Policy, Gives Innovation A Push

The Cabinet has approved the national intellectual property rights policy with a view to promoting creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship

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India Gets Poor Ranking In Global Intellectual Property Index

The study applauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s effort to improve India’s IP environment but stated that his efforts are yet to translate into action

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‘Enforcing IPR Can Save Piracy’

Louise Van Greunen, director, World Intellectual Property Organisation, talks to BW Businessworld’s Ashish Sinha about counterfeiting and the need for enforcing IPR.

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Online Retail Emerges As Key Channel For Piracy And Counterfeits: CBEC Head

Weak enforcement of intellectual property rights laws and low brand awareness among consumers is seen as a big reason for growth in illicit trade of goods

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