November 23, 2009

Ahead of Copenhagen China Led Group of 77 Seeks Compulsory Licensing

Chinese alternative energy plans and programs could reap huge potential profits if a proposal put forth by China and India is successful. In advance of the Copenhagen Climate conference next month, the so-called Group of 77 - a loose alignment of developing nations currently led by China - is proposing that new clean tech technologies be available under "compulsory licensing". Under that arrangment new technologies in alternative energy would be patent free and nations such as China could begin domestic production of foreign designed products at will. The proposal has little chance but it illustrates the political standoff brewing over "global warming" and climate change....

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