India-Singapore signs IPR MoU: Govt.

India and Singapore have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) and the Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion (DIPP). This is the two countries’ first bilateral MoU on industrial property cooperation.

Under the MoU, a Joint Coordination Committee (JCC) will be established, which will facilitate bilateral exchanges and cooperation to foster innovation, and support Indian companies in tapping on Singapore as a regional intellectual property hub for their innovation-related activities. The two agencies will:

  • Exchange best practices, experiences and knowledge on industrial property awareness, initiatives and programmes
  • Exchange personnel to deepen industrial property capabilities
  • Organise industrial property events with and/or for the larger industrial property  community, including members from academia and research & development institutions
  • Cooperate on modernisation projects, such as IT systems to better manage industrial property processes
  • Train local industrial property and business communities

 

 

 

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