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Market Driven Development In India

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This chapter examines the connection between the strength and development of India's intellectual property regime and the nation's sustained success in the international market for software services, offshore outsourcing and pharmaceutical manufacturing. The regulatory framework for knowledge protection in India has been characterised by a number of key factors that provide both contrast and similarity with China, the country's principal rival to developing nation leadership in Asia. The disparity can help to explain the continuing tensions that can be seen to exist which particularly characterise the Indian dimension, both between the two industries and within pharmaceuticals itself, in the context of the country's IP regime development.

Keywords: India; intellectual property; market driven development



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