Berlusconi axes IP tsar
The Italian government has abolished the position of high commissioner to combat counterfeiting and piracy as part of its cost-cutting measures
The post was created in late 2005 to monitor counterfeiting, coordinate public bodies and promote public-private partnerships.
Silvio Berlusconi's government decided at a recent cabinet meeting to abolish the office in two months time. The decision will save 1.5 million...
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