Kerala becomes first Indian state to issue IP policy
Kerala has become the first state in India to issue its own policy on IP to address the controversial issue of protecting traditional knowledge
is intended to "protect and preserve the intellectual properties of the people 'which are under assault' in the context of globalization and liberalization", said Chief Minister V S Achuthanandan during a speech on June 27, when the policy...
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