National Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Policy: Analysis in the light of inclusive innovation

National Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Policy

The National IPR policy released by the Government of India is a step to enable the critical role of Intellectual Property (IP) as a custodian to transform knowledge into intellectual assets.

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The National IPR policy released by the Government of India is a step to enable the critical role of Intellectual Property (IP) as a custodian to transform knowledge into intellectual assets. Our point of view on this topic focuses on the potential impact of the policy on various stakeholders.

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