“India is not simply emerging: India has already emerged” —Barack Obama, 44th President, United States of America
India is one of the world’s largest economies, in size and potential. The immense purchasing power that India offers has drawn the largest corporations from all sectors to the nation. In sync with this trend have come multi-layered reforms in intellectual property rights in general and trademark rights in particular. What has emerged is a more favourable environment for rights holders than ever before.
When NICE got nicer
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NICE, Madrid Protocol, reform, India Trade Marks Act