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Survey: Asia: Legislative shortcomings delay protection

Enforcement continues to be a challenge for trade mark owners in Asia. While some have all the legislative help they can use, others are still labouring with old laws. Protection is just not the priority it needs to be. Ralph Cunningham reports

The spring of the year is always a nervous time for governments and their IP policymakers. At the end of April, the US Trade Representative (USTR) publishes his annual Special 301 report, which picks out the trading partners of the US which he...

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