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Asia Steps Up in Trademark Enforcement

Issued: April 30 2015

While trademark laws vary from country to country, the aim of stronger enforcement is the same globally. Lily Zhang talks to lawyers from different regions and explores what the region is doing to improve trademark protection.

 

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