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Keeping the Chain Intact

Issued: September 30 2014

Protecting your brand from gray market goods is an important part of intellectual property rights enforcement. Lawyers from Asia’s main manufacturing countries tell Johnny Chan how they keep their clients’ supply chains intact.

 

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