European business sets out ACTA priorities
The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) should cover both civil and criminal enforcement and provide for reinforced border enforcement measures, according to the organization that represents businesses in Europe
Jérôme Chauvin, a director in the internal
market department at BusinessEurope, has written to the
European Commission to highlight key areas that it considers
indispensable to accomplish the objectives of ACTA.
The ACTA proposal was launched...
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