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8 Okt 2014

Rupali Samuel, SpicyIP.com

Academics, diplomats, scientists, lawyers, public health orgs issue open letter to PM on proposed IP Policy review

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A variety of concerned stakeholders…have written a sharp open letter to Narendra Modi’s government on the decision to review India’s position on IP laws…strongly cautioning against coercion from the foreign state to align India’s IP laws with the interests of transnational corporations… they…demand that the Government of India should not carry out any amendment to the Indian Patents Act to increase patent protection”  calling upon the “Prime Minister, during his visit to the US, not to make any legal or political commitment that compromises flexibilities in the Indian Patents Act for facilitating access to medicines and safeguarding public health, which is based on policies and principles approved by Indian Parliament and is fully consistent with international laws.