8 Feb 2019 The index ranks countries based on 45 indicators. India's overall score has also increased substantially from 30.07% (12.03 out of 40) in the India was ranked 44th out of 50 countries in the Intellectual Property (IP) Index released by US Chamber of Commerce. Last year, India was ranked 43rd out of 45 4 Mar 2020 The statistic shows the GIPC International Intellectual Property Index Ranking of the 10 countries who filed the most international patent 5 Feb 2020 India slipped to 40th position on the International Intellectual Property (IP) Index, which analyses the IP climate in 53 global economies, this
24 Jul 2019 NEW DELHI : India improved its ranking in Global Innovation Index, 129 countries by the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO).
Key Facts: Name of the index-‘International IP (Intellectual property Index) Released by-U.S. Chamber of Commerce Global Innovation Policy Center. The Index covers 50 economies, which represents 90 percent of global GDP. Rank of India - 36 th . First rank in IP index - United States. WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Global Innovation Policy Center (GIPC) today released its International IP Index, “Inspiring Tomorrow,” which assesses the intellectual property (IP) environments of 50 world economies. Covering all forms of IP, the report highlights movement in almost half the Index economies over the last year. India's eight-point jump in 2019 from 44th position in 2018 is the highest increase among 50 nations mapped by the index, a release said. The index ranks countries based on 45 indicators that are critical to an innovation-led economy supported by robust patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secrets protection. Index Index released by India's Rank 1 st Rank; Bloomberg Billionaires Index: Bloomberg News----Nomura's Food Vulnerability Index 2019: Japanese financial services group Nomura: 44 th: Libya: International Intellectual Property Index 2020: US Chambers of Commerce: 40 th: United States: Global Democracy Index 2019: EIU (Economist Intelligence Unit) 51st: Norway A Letter From Hernando de Soto. I congratulate Property Rights Alliance Executive Director Lorenzo Montanari and the 2019 Hernando De Soto fellow Dr. Sary Levy Carciente for their monumental achievement in constructing the 2019 International Property Rights Index, and also for their tireless work promoting property rights around the world. India ranks 44 out of 50 nations in global Intellectual Property index India's score displayed the largest percentage improvement of any country measured, and the country broke out of the bottom ten percent for the first time.
6 Feb 2020 India's rank has slipped despite the government's focused effort to support investments in innovation and creativity through increasingly robust IP
8 Feb 2019 Singapore ranked 10th out of 50 global economies in the latest US Chamber International Intellectual Singapore ranks 10th out of 50 nations in International IP Index India's rank moved up to 36 among 50 economies. 7 Feb 2019 The International Intellectual Property Index 2019 released on rise in India's ranking is a result of specific reforms that better align India's IP 25 Jul 2019 Released jointly by World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO), Cornell University, and INSEAD, the 12th edition of Global Innovation Index 8 Feb 2018 Washington: India has "increased substantially" its score in the latest international Intellectual Property (IP) index released by the US Chambers 28 Jan 2020 The U.S. Chamber International IP Index 2019 ranked Singapore tenth in the world based on 45 indicators that look at patent, trademark, India climbed eight places in the 2019 International Intellectual Property (IP) Index, ranking at 36th position among 50 countries. India’s overall score has increased from 30.07 percent in 2018 to