Indian stakeholders warn Prime Minister about being "hostage" to US pressure
Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the United States, a group of organisations and individuals say that India should not revise its IP laws to appease the US government
The open letter, first obtained by SpicyIP, was signed by a number of prominent individuals and organisational representatives, including: Muchkund Dubey, former Foreign Secretary; Anand Grover, former UN rapporteur on the right to health; and B S Chimni, professor at...
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