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This chapter provides an overview of the book which explores the relationships between the technological development of China and India and the evolution of their intellectual property (IP) regulatory policy and has connected a number of interrelated themes in order to answer the questions posed in the introduction. Charting this trajectory within a distinct Asian dimension, the IP policy prescriptions of China and India have been given particularly detailed focus in the context of the international importance that these two countries hold as leading developing nations.

Keywords: China; India; intellectual property (IP) regulatory policy



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