> If India were a shining light of modernity and industrialization,
> I might put some credence to the anti-patent argument.
The problem with India is that they send all their best engineers here. Without the hindrance of IP, their educational system is cheap and wonderfully effective; they just can't seem to keep 'em down on the farm after they've educated them.
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