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The National Intellectual Property Rights Policy Must Be Opposed

The Wrong Incentive

The National Intellectual Property Rights Policy seeks to enhance creativity. However, it pays scant regard to experience that shows that the intellectual property rights route has rarely enhanced creativity. The policy should be seen in the context of the Indian government's attempts to address US concerns.



 

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