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India, Paris Convention and TRIPS

Nagesh Kumar Having signed the Final Act of the Uruguay Round in 1994 of which the Agreement on TRIPS is an integral part, India has undertaken a commitment to strengthen its intellectual property protection regime. The obligations accepted by India under the TRIPS Agreement are far more stringent than those under the Paris Convention, So the controversy over the government's decision to sign the Paris Convention is largely misplaced.

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