Indian drug makers end generic bids
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India’s weak intellectual property enforcement regime and its vague grounds centring on compulsory licences for drugs are reasons it should remain on the “Priority Watch List” in this year’s "Special 301 Report", a pharmaceutical industry association has argued.
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301 Priority Watch List; USTR; PhRMA; compulsory licences; Narendra Modi