India sees trade talks with US in June-July

By: | at 12:28 PM | International Trade  

India’s commerce secretary said that he would meet the U.S. deputy trade representative in June or July, after the country’s general election, to discuss protection of intellectual property rights.

Rajeev Kher also said India did not see compulsory licensing as a routine instrument for importing technology. The practice was compliant with the agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS). (Reuters)


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