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International Regime Of Intellectual Property Laws And Its Importance In Trade
Protection of intellectual property protection is done by granting the inventors the sole right to exploit their innovation, which includes
India
10 Sep 2019
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Patent Pariah Or Patent Power
Recently, Huawee's demand for 1 billion USD as license fee from Verizon Inc captured interest of almost every patent enthusiast around the globe.
India
22 Aug 2019
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USA-China Trade War: An Overview
The objective of the Act was to protect the US farm sector.
India
12 Mar 2019
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Singapore Becomes An IP Hub For Innovative Russian Enterprises
After getting independence from Malaysia in 1965, Singapore had small domestic market, and high levels of unemployment and poverty.
Singapore
20 Dec 2018
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Binh Phuoc – The Cashew Capital Of Vietnam Is Registered Under Geographical Indication Protection
Binh Phuoc, a southeast region of Vietnam, is the cashew capital of the country that has been recently acknowledged granting its famous cashew nuts as Geographical Indication registration, by National Office of Intellectual Property of Vietnam.
India
30 Nov 2018
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Trade Protection
This can be done by selling one's product cheaper abroad and lowering the value of its currency in the foreign exchange markets.
India
20 Nov 2018
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100 And Counting: Indonesia Joins Madrid Protocol
The Madrid Protocol is an international treaty which simplifies the procedure for international registration of trademarks by filing a single application along with onetime payment fee.
Worldwide
10 Nov 2017
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Export Under Section 107A Of Indian Patent Act, 1970
In the case of Bayer Corporation versus Union of India & ors (W.P.(C) 1971/2014) and Bayer Intellectual Property Gmbh & Anr versus Alembic Pharmaceuticals ltd (CS(COMM) No.1592/2016)...
India
22 Mar 2017
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Patents In The Field Of Outer Space
As we all know patents are granted by state or national governments to inventors. Patents are territorial and are only enforced within the jurisdiction of the granting government.
India
17 Dec 2014
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