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India’s Pitch To Oppose “Automatic Patenting” Gets Louder With Moves To Seek China’s Support

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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MUMBAI - India is mobilizing support from China in countering a move by the World Intellectual Property Organization and the U.S. for a global patenting system that, according to India, is "pushing for the automatic grant of patents in all member states." Senior officials from Indian pharmaceutical companies and associations are currently on a visit to Beijing to persuade Chinese officials on the implications of the proposed new system

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