benefits enjoyed by indian companies, International Economics

"1. Describe the important benefits enjoyed by Indian companies through TRIPs. Elaborate the main objectives of WTO in global economy.
2. "Leontiff paradox is proved in the Indian context of international economics". Elaborate your views about this statement with appropriate examples."
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