India may need to worry about US-China tussle on intellectual property practices

New Delhi: The Trump administration’s complaint that China’s unfair intellectual property (IP) practices are harming US’ long-term competitiveness should be worrisome for India as New Delhi has been on Washington’s Priority Watch List for more than a decade now. The annual Special 301 report identifies trade barriers to US companies due to intellectual property laws of other countries.

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Conservative Leaders to Trump: 301 investigation of China represents a good first step – IPWatchdog.com | Patents & Patent Law

Conservative leaders wrote the White House applauding the 301 investigation into China’s IP related trade practices, based on the property rights implications of IP expropriation. These conservative leaders note that IP theft imposes costs to our economy, impairs American competitiveness and our innovative future.

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