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Context: According to an annual report compiled by the influential US Chambers of Commerce, India has improved its overall IP score from 38.4 per cent to 38.6 per cent, and the country is ranked 43 out of 55 countries on the International Intellectual Property Index.
India's overall score has increased from 38.40 percent (19.20 out of 50) in the ninth edition to 38.64 percent (19.32 out of 50) in the 10th edition.
According to the report, innovators and creators are constantly competing to deliver the best and brightest tomorrow.
Governments must make a choice: They can embrace dangerous policies to roll back international and domestic IP protections and deprive their economies of the many benefits strong IP ecosystems provide.
About Global Innovation Policy Center (GIPC)
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