Pfizer IP head says that IP protectionism in India is discouraging foreign investment
Pfizer’s chief IP counsel decries India’s “protectionist intellectual property regime” in testimony before the United States Congress, reports the Financial Times
Speaking at a hearing before the House of Representatives on Wednesday, Roy Waldron of Pfizer argued that India’s intellectual property laws favoured local industries at the expense of international companies. He pointed to the recent revocation of his company’s patent for...
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