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US-China trade war: WTO says American tariffs on Beijing in 2018 broke global trade rules
World

US-China trade war: WTO says American tariffs on Beijing in 2018 broke global trade rules

The Donald Trump administration has continued to play an active role in the World Trade Organisation, but many of Trump’s biggest trade offensives over the past three years have bypassed the organisation’s rules

THE RIGHT WAY TO PRICE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: AT THE END-PRODUCT LEVEL
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THE RIGHT WAY TO PRICE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: AT THE END-PRODUCT LEVEL

Markets price intellectual property on the basis of their value to users and consequently their willingness to pay.

Budget 2020: A mixed bag for healthcare services, pharma sector; additional duties on medical devices to hike costs for consumers
Business

Budget 2020: A mixed bag for healthcare services, pharma sector; additional duties on medical devices to hike costs for consumers

While one of the key focus areas for this Budget 2020-21 on socio-welfare front is to widen the reach of affordable healthcare services, it also lays emphasis on government policy of ‘Make in India’.

Donald Trump says no need to strike trade agreement with China before 2020 US presidential elections
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Donald Trump says no need to strike trade agreement with China before 2020 US presidential elections

US president Donald Trump has said he does not feel the need to strike a trade agreement with China before the next year's presidential elections, emphasising that he is looking for a complete and not a 'partial deal' with Beijing

TCS says 'hungry' for acquisitions, scouts for assets to bring in intellectual property to further accelerate growth
Business

TCS says 'hungry' for acquisitions, scouts for assets to bring in intellectual property to further accelerate growth

TCS had acquired two entities -- W12 and BridgePoint Group -- last year and both of them have been integrated well with the Mumbai-based firm, said COO

China agrees to foreign investment law, pledges cooperation with US, European firms
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China agrees to foreign investment law, pledges cooperation with US, European firms

Under the bill, foreign investors will enjoy the same privileges as Chinese companies in most sectors.

Govt may exempt DPIIT-certified startups from angel tax; likely to raise investment limit to Rs 25-40 crore
Business

Govt may exempt DPIIT-certified startups from angel tax; likely to raise investment limit to Rs 25-40 crore

The consideration assumes significance as several startups have claimed to receive angel tax notices, impacting their businesses.

Apple loses $440 million against VirnetX Inc in an intellectual property case
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Apple loses $440 million against VirnetX Inc in an intellectual property case

VirnetX and Apple have been fighting over patents since 2010 in rollercoaster litigation.

China says trade talks with US made progress on forced tech transfers, IP rights; more consultations on the cards
Business

China says trade talks with US made progress on forced tech transfers, IP rights; more consultations on the cards

Trump has said he would increase those duties to 25 percent from 10 percent if no deal is reached by 2 March, and has threatened to tax all imports from China if it fails to cede to US demands.

China's draft foreign investment law proposes a ban on forced technology transfer
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China's draft foreign investment law proposes a ban on forced technology transfer

The draft comes after US accused China of unfair trade practices including intellectual property theft.

China and US begin talks to address trade differences, Donald Trump's concerns about intellectual property
World

China and US begin talks to address trade differences, Donald Trump's concerns about intellectual property

Sharp differences remain between the two countries, but China has agreed to take a few measures like reducing auto tariffs and buying more American products.

India should take lessons from US' MMA; concepts like central database could bring transparency in exchange of music copyrights
India

India should take lessons from US' MMA; concepts like central database could bring transparency in exchange of music copyrights

The existing music copyright system in India is plagued by a sordid lack of transparency in licensing negotiations, enabling copyright societies to extract maximum revenue from buyers whilst withholding fair remuneration from creators

Ex-employee of cyber surveillance company NSO Group, charged with cyber crimes
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Ex-employee of cyber surveillance company NSO Group, charged with cyber crimes

The NSO Group employee has been charged with trying to sell intellectual property for $50 million.

Vishal Sikka denies Teradata's IP theft charges, terms allegations as 'baseless and outrageous'
World

Vishal Sikka denies Teradata's IP theft charges, terms allegations as 'baseless and outrageous'

Cloud-based data and analytics firm Teradata has filed a complaint in a US court against German firm SAP alleging trade secret misappropriation, copyright infringement and antitrust violations and also named Vishal Sikka as being aware of the situation

Microsoft turns to Linux for improving security of internet-connected computing devices
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Microsoft turns to Linux for improving security of internet-connected computing devices

Microsoft once deemed the free, open-source Linux system as a threat to its intellectual property, but has changed its approach in recent years.

Donald Trump threatens to impose 'reciprocal tax' on India, China if they fail to match US tariffs
World

Donald Trump threatens to impose 'reciprocal tax' on India, China if they fail to match US tariffs

US President Donald Trump on Friday threatened to impose "reciprocal tax" on countries like China and India if they do not match America's tariff

'Trade wars are good,' says Donald Trump, defies global concern over US tariffs on steel and aluminium
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'Trade wars are good,' says Donald Trump, defies global concern over US tariffs on steel and aluminium

US President Donald Trump struck a defiant tone on Friday, saying trade wars were good and easy to win after his plan to put tariffs on steel and aluminum imports triggered threats of retaliation from trading partners and a slide in stock markets.

91% of companies surveyed experienced a fraud incident in 2017, says Kroll Annual Global risk report
Business

91% of companies surveyed experienced a fraud incident in 2017, says Kroll Annual Global risk report

Information theft, loss, or attack was one of the most prevalent types of fraud experienced in the financial services sector.

India ranks 44 out of 50 nations in global Intellectual Property index, records 'substantial increase'
India

India ranks 44 out of 50 nations in global Intellectual Property index, records 'substantial increase'

India has "increased substantially" its score in the latest international Intellectual Property (IP) index released by the US Chambers of Commerce on Wednesday, ranking 44th out of 50 countries.

Facebook removed nearly 3 million posts following complaints of copyright and trademark infringement in 2017
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Facebook removed nearly 3 million posts following complaints of copyright and trademark infringement in 2017

The worldwide data on intellectual property-related takedowns is a new disclosure for Facebook as part of its biannual “Transparency Report".