Issues like curbs on patent eligibility, compulsory licensing need to be addressed: Global Innovation Policy Centre’s V-P NEW DELHI, FEBRUARY 7
Patrick Kilbride, Vice-President, International, Global Innovation Policy Center at the US Chamber of Commerce, said the National IPR Policy should have addressed the concerns of American firms on Section 3 (d) of the Indian Patent Act and the issue of compulsory licensing. On the eve of the launch of its annual IP index, Kilbride told BusinessLine that the IP regime in India is getting better gradually. Last year, India ranked 43rd out of 45 countries in the GIPC index.
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