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A rights owner’s guide to Chinese customs

Peter Leung, Hong Kong

Customs seizures are one of the most important tools in the fight against IP infringement. How can rights owners use Chinese Customs to seize goods before they reach their intended markets?

Chinese Customs presents a unique opportunity for rights holders to seize counterfeits, because China is one of the few countries that will seize exports. TRIPs signatories are only required to have seizure policies for imported goods.

Jack Chang, chairperson of...

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