Vigilance needed for global IP protections

05/6/2013 |

The U.S. Trade Representative's annual report on the state of intellectual property rights around the world doesn't go far enough with respect to India and Canada, PhRMA has said. "The IP regime in India has been structured and applied in ways that prop up local industries to the detriment of U.S. jobs and the worlds' patients," PhRMA's Jay Taylor said in a blog post. And Canada's designation was changed despite a lack of progress on several issues, he said.

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