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follow the argument in our paper that India should not accept Dunkel proposals on TRIPS in toto. Finally, while we tend to disagree with the tenor and content of the discussion by Dhar and Rao on the grounds discussed above, we however feel obliged to thank them for pointing out the typing error of RCA expanded as ' Relative Competitive Advantage' in the tables though it has been correctly printed in the text as 'Revealed Competitive Advantage'; for pointing out the error that 'all developing countries' and 'not all countries' get a transition period of five years; for pointing out that the issue of 'pipeline protection' has been given in the Dunkel draft text; for making us realise that the patents of 'many' and not 'most' American drugs are expected to expire in 1990-95; and finally, for accepting our paper as an academic article.

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