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India’s Score on IP Index may improve by 2020: Kalpana Reddy

India’s Score on IP Index may improve by 2020: Kalpana Reddy

This interview was originally published in Business Standard on July 10, 2016. Kalpana Reddy, senior director of international intellectual property for the Global Intellectual Property Center, US Chamber of Commerce, tells Sudipto Dey why the recently unveiled national IPR policy might not improve India’s scores on international IP index in the short term. On India’s stand that […]

GIPC Highlights #Opportunity4India at Event with Hudson Institute

GIPC Highlights #Opportunity4India at Event with Hudson Institute

A broad group of industry, academic and government experts gathered at the Hudson Institute this morning to share their views on India’s new National IPR Policy and India’s role in the global economy. There was general consensus that the rise of multi-lateral trade agreements will impact the growth of the Indian economy if India chooses not […]

Seizing India’s Innovation Opportunity

Seizing India’s Innovation Opportunity

A lot can change in two years – or not. The world has weathered an economic crisis and has come together through to tackle poverty, hunger, disease and global terror. India will play a pivotal role in responding to existing and emerging global challenges but India must also put its own house in order.

U.S. Chamber on Release of India’s Intellectual Property Policy

U.S. Chamber on Release of India’s Intellectual Property Policy

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Global Intellectual Property Center (GIPC) Executive Director for International Intellectual Property, Patrick Kilbride, issued the following statement marking the release of India’s National Intellectual Property Rights Policy.

Nuclear Summit: An Opportunity to Improve U.S.-India Economic Ties?

Nuclear Summit: An Opportunity to Improve U.S.-India Economic Ties?

Last week, leaders from more than 50 nations converged on D.C. to discuss strengthening nuclear security and cooperation at the 4th annual Nuclear Security Summit. These discussions are important for both the U.S. and India, given that commercial nuclear cooperation also reflects an important aspect of the evolving relationship between India and the United States.