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How to deal with Customs in Asia

Justin Kung and Peter Ollier, Hong Kong


Preparation, promotion and patience are three key requirements when working with Customs, according to speakers at the Asia-Pacific IP Forum

The opening session of the Forum dealt with how to work with Customs when managing IP investigation and a panel on day two looked at how IP owners can work with Customs authorities in India.

"A lot of law enforcement...


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