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Possibilities in Indian Competition Law Regime

Enhancing Affordable Pharmaceutical Healthcare

The Indian intellectual property regime has often met with severe criticism from the United States as India strives to balance the need to provide affordable healthcare with a thriving market for a competitive pharmaceutical industry. In this context, the nexus between compulsory licensing, competition law and patent law merits a closer examination and it is debatable whether a strong competition law framework is indeed the way forward.



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Updated On : 8th Oct, 2018

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