IPA

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AcronymDefinition
IPAInternet Protocol Address
IPAInterim Payment Agreement (finance)
IPAInformation-Technology Promotion Agency (Japan)
IPAIndia Pale Ale (beer)
IPAInternational Phonetic Alphabet
IPAInternational Phonetic Association
IPAInstitute of Practitioners in Advertising
IPAIndependent Practice Association
IPAInternational Police Association
IPAInstitute for Public Accuracy
IPAIsopropyl Alcohol
IPAInstrument for Pre-Accession Assistance (EU)
IPAInformation Protection Act (various locations)
IPAInternational Publishers Association
IPAInter-Parliamentary Assembly (various locations)
IPAIntergovernmental Personnel Act
IPAInstitute for Public Administration
IPAInstitut für Produktionstechnik und Automatisierung (Fraunhofer Gesellschaft)
IPAInstitute of Public Administration (various countries)
IPAInternational Patent Application
IPAInnovations for Poverty Action (New Haven, CT)
IPAImage Processing Algorithm
IPAIntegrated Performance Assessment (various organizations)
IPAIndividual Practice Association
IPAIn-Principle Approval (Singapore)
IPAInformation Privacy Act (various locations)
IPAInternational Pharmaceutical Abstracts
IPAInternational Photography Awards
IPAInternational Psychoanalytical Association
IPAInvestment Promotion Agency
IPAIndian Police Academy (US Bureau of Indian Affairs)
IPAInvestor Protection Association
IPAInternational Press Association
IPAIntegrated Power Amplifier
IPAInterdisciplinary Perspectives on Accounting (various locations)
IPAInternational Permafrost Association
IPAIdrocarburi Policiclici Aromatici (Italian: Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons)
IPAInformation Processing Architecture
IPAIndependent Pixel Approximation
IPAIntegrated Payload Analysis
IPAImage Product Archive
IPAIntelligent Park Assist
IPAInternational Peace Academy
IPAInternational Psychogeriatric Association
IPAInstituto Pedagogico Arubano (Spanish: Aruba Pedagogical Institute; San Nicolas, Aruba)
IPAInstitute for Public Affairs
IPAIssuing & Paying Agent
IPAIndependent Physician Association
IPAIndian Plumbing Association (est. 1993)
IPAInter Partner Assistance (Poland)
IPAIndonesian Petroleum Association (Jakarta, Indonesia)
IPAInterpretative Phenomenological Analysis
IPAIdentity, Policy and Audit (software)
IPAIntelligent Parking Assist
IPAIndependent Physicians Association
IPAIllustrators' Partnership of America
IPAIso-Propyl Alcohol
IPAInternational Press Academy
IPAIndependent Public Accountant
IPAIsopropyl Acetate
IPAiOS App Store Package (extension)
IPAInternational Paruresis Association (Baltimore, MD)
IPAInsolvency Practitioners Association (UK)
IPAIsophthalic Acid
IPAIndependent Press Association
IPAImplementation Procedures for Airworthiness (US FAA)
IPAIndependent Pilots Association
IPAIsometric Pixel Art
IPAInternational Profit Associates, Inc.
IPAIncome Protection Allowance (student financial aid)
IPAIndian Ports Association
IPAIntellectual Property Advisory (various organizations)
IPAIntermountain Power Agency
IPAInternational Prepress Association
IPAInternational Pediatric Association
IPAIntermediate Power Amplifier
IPAIntellectual Property Australia
IPAInternet Poetry Archive
IPAIrrevocable Power of Attorney (legal document)
IPAInternational Priority Airmail (USPS)
IPAIntergovernmental Personnel Agreement
IPAIndonesian Professionals Association (est. 1991)
IPAIndependent Provider Association
IPAInvestment Program Association (Ellicott City, MD)
IPAInteragency Personnel Agreement
IPAIndustrial Power Alliance (Japan)
IPAInternational Platinum Association
IPAIntelligence Production Agency (US DoD)
IPAInland Press Association
IPAIncome Producing Asset
IPAIndependent Program Assessment
IPAIndependent Practitioners Alliance (Public Relations Society of America; New York, NY)
IPAInternational Platform Association
IPAIsland Pacific Academy (Kapolei, Hawaii school)
IPAIndian Patents Act (1970)
IPAInstitute for Pacific Asia (Texas A&M University)
IPAIndustrial Property Act
IPAInternational Presentation Association
IPAIndiana Percussion Association
IPAInstitut Pasteur d'Algérie (French)
IPAInternet Protocol Adapter (also seen as IPAD)
IPAInformation Processing Association
IPAIndividuelle Praktische Arbeiten
IPAInternational Professional Pool Players Association
IPAIndiana Pharmacists Alliance
IPAInternational Probationary Association (Bangalore, India)
IPAInternet Page Accelerator (Starband)
IPAFraunhofer Institut für Produktionstechnik und Automation
IPAIndustry Partner Alliance (American Society of Association Executives)
IPAInformation and Public Affairs (California Office of Emergency Services)
IPAInitial Performance Assessment
IPAInteragency Personnel Act
IPAInvolvement Participation Association
IPAIndependent-Particle Approximation
IPAIndependent Program Administrator (drug program chief, baseball)
IPAImage Product Archive (now Image Product Library)
IPAInterface Propagation Analysis
IPAInternational Playground Association (UK)
IPAInward Processing Arrangement (various locations)
IPAInternational Project Aid (Zurich, Switzerland)
IPAInnocence Protection Act of 2001
IPAIntegrated Program Assessment
IPAIsrael Psychological Association
IPAIlonggo Producers Association (Philippines)
IPAInstituto Português de Arquelogia (Portuguese Institute of Archeology)
IPAIngineria Produselor Alimentare (Romania)
IPAIsolated Post Allowance (Canadian Forces)
IPAIdeal Point Analysis
IPAIndependent Path Algorithm
IPAInstant Pre-Approval (mortgage banking)
IPAIncome Property Association (San Rafael, CA)
IPAInstitute for Procurement Assistance
IPAInformation Processing Activity
IPAIraqi Police Advisor
IPAInfinite Periodic Array
IPAInterstate Pistol Association (competitive shooters upstate NY and PA)
IPAIndustrial Property Account
IPAIndy Pets Alive (Indianapolis Pet Coalition)
IPAInter-Period Allocation
IPAIndependent Public Agent (US government)
IPAInventor's Protection Act of 1999
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The two companies are required to give an undertaking that they will not export their drugs for any other purpose than those in Section 107A of the Indian Patents Act, 1970.
Section 84 of the Indian Patents Act authorizes an Indian manufacturer to apply to the Controller General for a compulsory license under any Indian patent three years after its issuance if (1) the reasonable requirements of the public for the patented invention have not been satisfied, (2) the patented invention is not available to the public at a reasonably affordable price, and (3) the patent is not being sufficiently "worked" in India.
Compulsory licensing is enabled under four sections of the Indian Patents Act. These are Section 84 (general CLs to be issued by the Controller on application), Section 91(issue of CL by the Controller for a related patent on application), Section 92 (issue of CL by the Controller based upon a notification by the Central Government of circumstances of national emergency or in circumstances of extreme urgency or in case of public non-commercial use) and Section 92A (issue of CL by the Controller on application for manufacture and export of patented pharmaceutical product to any country having insufficient or no manufacturing capacity in the pharmaceutical sector for the product to address public health problems).
Hamied, Chairman of Cipla, India's second-largest drug maker by sales.Here's the crux of the problem.Ian Read and other CEOs of US-based pharma majors are miffed that India allows domestic companies to launch cheaper variants of patented medicines in public interest under the "compulsory licensing" clause of the Indian Patents Act. US companies call it patent violation while the Indian government calls it a legitimate right.
CII believes that the Supreme Court judgment denying Novartis a patent under section 3(d) of Indian Patents Act and Indian Controller General of Patent's decision invoking Compulsory Licensing (CL) in favour of NATCO for producing Bayer's patented cancer drug have been done as per the provisions of Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) agreement as India's patent laws are fully TRIPS compatible.
manufacture" within the Indian Patents Act. The court prescribed
More generic companies could invoke the compulsory licensing clause of the Indian Patents Act, following Monday's decision to allow Natco Pharma to sell copycat drugs of Bayer's patented cancer drug at 97 % reduction.
Raju, Interpretation of Section 3(d) in the Indian Patents Act 2005: A Case Study of Novartis," 16-17.
One of these measures was changing the prevailing patent system through the Indian Patents Act of 1970.
CONCERNS raised by US multinational corporations (MNCs) over the Indian Patents Act discouraging innovation have been refuted in a study released on Monday.
According to Section 3(k) of the Indian Patents Act, "A mathematical or business method or computer programmes per se or algorithms are not patentable".
The government also enacted the Indian Patents Act (IPA) in 1970, to provide legal recognition to process patents for food, medicine and chemical substances.