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Joe C Mathew
April 17, 2021
The plan is to help establish one or more technology transfer hubs that will transfer a comprehensive technology package and provide appropriate training to interested manufacturers

April 17, 2021
The TRIPS waiver would lift certain intellectual property barriers and allow countries to locally manufacture COVID-19 diagnostics, treatments, and vaccines.

April 15, 2021
A waiver would boost vaccine manufacturing and speed up the response to the pandemic in poorer countries which otherwise might have to wait years, they said in a joint letter to Biden sent to news organisations on Wednesday

April 13, 2021
As America seeks to counter a rising China, no nation is more important than India, with its vast size, an abundance of highly skilled technical professionals, and strong political and cultural ties with the United States, the ITIF think-tank said in its report

April 9, 2021
Despite increased demand for COVID-19 vaccines in India COVAX expects to deliver doses to all participating economies that have requested vaccines in the first half of the year

April 6, 2021
Oxfam urged the rich countries to open the way to cheaper mass-produced COVID-19 vaccines in order to protect every person in the world.

March 27, 2021
The temporary TRIPS waiver would allow countries and manufacturers to directly access and share technologies to produce vaccines and therapeutics without causing trade sanctions or international disputes

March 27, 2021
India was one of the initiators of the 'Political Declaration on Equitable Global Access to COVID-19 Vaccines' that garnered the support of more than 180 UN member states

March 26, 2021
The German company said it had resolved \"outstanding issues and differences\" over the dispute, giving no further details. Two sources familiar with the matter said the companies had reached a legal settlement that would end all ongoing litigation

Rukmini Rao
March 25, 2021
The latest report from NASSCOM and Ernst & Young (EY) points out that artificial intelligence could provide relief from sectorial stress and shift towards data driven farming

March 18, 2021
The move comes after India and South Africa, along with several other countries, have urgently gone to the WTO seeking a time-limited waiver of the TRIPS agreement

March 13, 2021
\"The US Chamber of Commerce welcomes the Quad countries' decision to join hands in advancing access to high-quality, affordable vaccines for the world,\" US Chambers of Commerce said in a statement

Ankita Chakravarti
New Delhi, March 10, 2021
As per reports, the hackers were able to access the live footage from over 150,000 cameras in Tesla facilities and other companies.

Associated Press
March 6, 2021
At a press briefing, WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said countries with their own vaccine capacity should start waiving intellectual property rights as provided in special emergency provisions from the World Trade Organization

Dipak Mondal
March 3, 2021
SC says there is no obligation on a person to deduct tax at source, as the end-user licence agreements in these cases do not create any interest or right in such end-users, which would amount to the use of or right to use any copyright

March 2, 2021
\"People are dying in poor countries,\" Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, new chief of WTO, said on her first day in office

March 1, 2021
\"The real motivation here is actually exfiltrating intellectual property and getting a competitive advantage over Indian pharmaceutical companies,\" says Cyfirma Chief Executive Kumar Ritesh

Prasanna Mohanty
February 27, 2021
The Bombay Plan, authored by the doyens of industry in 1944 first envisioned state planning, state ownership and control of industries to make India \"self-sufficient\" long before Nehru's ideas took root

February 25, 2021
Located in the city of Pune in Maharashtra, the SII is the world's largest vaccine manufacturer by volume

February 20, 2021
China passed a law last month which for the first time explicitly allows its coast guard to fire on foreign vessels

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