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Why India is sceptical about ACTA

India has no plans to join the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, as the country’s top IP official explained in a recent interview

"We are fully meeting our TRIPs obligations and even exceeding them on enforcement. If we are asked to go further, we'll consider it but we have other priorities at the moment. I'm not sure what India would gain from ACTA,”...

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