Friday, November 28, 2014

Indian Minister Touts Local Content Policy Change, Rebuts IPR Criticism

India's trade minister last week touted his government's move to roll back a local content policy for private-sector purchases of electronic products as being responsive to opposition from U.S. businesses and other critics, while rebutting separate criticisms from U.S. business groups over India's record of protecting intellectual property rights (IPR).


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