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"BusinessEuope" letter and EU India FTA

"BusinessEuope" letter and EU India FTA

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Here a document shining some more light on the question why DG-trade of EU commission is taking a position in the EU India trade negotiations
Which led to wide opposition by Civil Society Organizations as well in Europe as in India.
PDF as publicly available online
via http://bit.ly/154muEy on 10/4/2013
Here a document shining some more light on the question why DG-trade of EU commission is taking a position in the EU India trade negotiations
Which led to wide opposition by Civil Society Organizations as well in Europe as in India.
PDF as publicly available online
via http://bit.ly/154muEy on 10/4/2013

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Published by: bi2458 on Apr 10, 2013
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BUSI
N
ESSEUROPE
THE
DRECTOR
GENERAL
H.E.
Dr.
Manmohan
Singh
Honorable
Prime
Ministercf
the
Republic
cf
India
Prime
Minister’sOffice(PMO)
South
Block,
Raisina
Hill
New
DelhiIndia—
110011
19
March
2013
Excellency,
BUSINESSEUROPE
speaks
on
behalf
cf
thelargestand
mcst
innovative
European
companies
doing
business
aroundthe
world.
Dur
membersconsider
India
te
be
an
increasinglyimportantmarketand
global
partner.
Manycf
our
members
haveinvested
locallyto
such
an
extent
for
many
years
thattheyare
no
longerjustEuropean
companies,
but
could
be
considered
to
be
lndian
companiesas
well.
As
companies
doing
business
in
lndia
and
as
investors
lookingfor
opportunities
to
do
more,
India’s
business
andinvestment
climate
is
cf
great
interestte
us.
You
and
your
Governmenthaveshownexceptionalleadership
in
enhancingthe
business
environment.
Your
commitment,
for
example,te
spend
€1.3
trillion
on
infrastructuredevelopment
in
the
next
five
years
will
be
cf
great
benefitte
lndia’s
economy.
While
recognizing
prcgress,
we
are
concerned
thatcertain
Indian
innovation
andtechnology
policiesmay
impede
innovation
andtechnological
advancement.
Over
the
past
twc
years,theGovernment
of
India
has
taken
severalsteps
that
could
be
perceived
as
a
departure
from
whathad
been
a
positive
trajectory
in
innovation,
technology,and
intellectual
property
(lP)
pclicy-making.
Such
steps
include:
A
policy
cf
“compulsory
licensing”cf
cleantechnology,
set
forth
in
India’sNational
Manufacturing
Policy;
A
2010
Ministry
cf
Commerce
discussionpaper,
which
pcsitedthat
“compulscry
licensing
has
a
strongand
persistent
positive
effect
on
domestic
invention”;
A
decision
by
the
Controller
General
cf
Patents
te
compulsorily
license
patented
inventions
if,
amongotherthings,the
invention
is
not
being
“worked”(i.e.
manufactured)
in
lndia.
European
companiesas
well
as
our
internationalpartnersare
concerned
thiscculdIead
te
a
morewide-ranging,frequentanddiscretionary
use
cf
this
tool;
AV.
DECORTEN8ERGH
168
BUSINESSEUROPE
a.i.s.b.I.
TEL*32(0)223765
11
8E-1000BRUSSELS
FAX
*32(0(2
231
1445
BELGIUM
E-MAIL:
MAINBUSINESSEUROPE.EU
VATBE
063418278
W’jWBUSINESSEUROPE.EU
EU
Transparencyregister
3978240953-79

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