Dehli Network of Positive People
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Increasing IP barriers will have severe impact on generic medicines ‘Made in India’
Indian Prime Minister Must Resist Big Pharma Pressure to Trade Away Medicines
New Delhi, 29 April 2015: At a conference titled ‘IP as Frontline Tool for Make in India’, organised by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and industry (FICCI) to mark World IP Week, the Delhi Network of Positive People and the International Treatment Preparedness Coalition held a protest before Mr. Amitabh Kant (Secretary DIPP), Mr. Rajeev Agarwal (Patent Controller General) and Mr. N.K. Sabarwal (Convenor, IP Thank Tank), highlighting the negative impact of IP barriers on generic medicines ‘Made in India’.