Creating clarity for IP owners in India


Managing IP
Greg Kalbaugh tells Peter Oilier about the work the US-India Business Council does to promote IP rights in India

How does the US-India Business Council get involved in IP?

The Council is 35 years old this year. It was founded at the sugges tion of Henry Kissinger, who realised that the governments of India and the US weren’t getting on well but thought that the private sector could bind the two countries together. He suggested that the US Chamber of Commerce set up a bilateral business council, which we did.

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