Two Innovation Dragons: China and India

While China has been caught in a trade war with the United States involving intellectual property and technology transfer, India has been making dramatic improvements to its IP environment. What opportunities and lessons do the two countries offer each other and the United States in high tech, biotech, intellectual property and other areas? Asia Society Northern California and Berkeley Center for Law & Technology presented an evening discussion among Kirti Gupta, Vice President of Technology & Economic Strategy at Qualcomm, Inc.; Dr. Amit Kapoor, Honorary Chairman of the Institute for Competitiveness; Hemal Shah, Director for India at the US Chamber of Commerce; and Mark Cohenwho is a Director the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology Asian IP Project. 

The event was organized at the Asia Society in San Francisco on March 20, 2019. It was organized in partnership with Berkeley Center of Law and Technology. The Institute for South Asian Studies – UC Berkeley  and U.S. Chamber of Commerce – GIPC were the promotional co-sponsors for the event. The details about the event can be looked here

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