Top government officials, business leaders and senior law enforcement authorities today urged national and international political and business leaders to more fully engage in the battle against counterfeiting and piracy as one element of economic recovery efforts.
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A new report released today reveals that 80% of consumers spanning the developed and developing world regularly purchase counterfeit and pirated products
Senior decision makers from governments, law enforcement, customs agencies and the private sector represented by ICC are gathering in Cancun to identify solutions to the worldwide trade in illegal products that is posing an increasingly dangerous threat both to people’s health and the global economy.
ICC said today it will challenge global leaders gathering at a major congress to identify concrete solutions to the growing problem of counterfeiting and piracy
The ICC Counterfeiting Intelligence Bureau (CIB) has developed the Live Counterfeiting Seizure Map and Live Seizure Report to assist industry in quantifying the scale of the trade in illicit goods.
The Fifth Global Congress on Counterfeiting and Piracy 2-4 June in Cancun, Mexico, will discuss the rising tide of counterfeiting in Mexico, Central and South America.
The Global Congress Steering Group today issued The Dubai Declaration, identifying 25 recommendations as follow-up to the Fourth Global Congress on Combating Counterfeiting and Piracy that was held in Dubai from 3-5 February 2008.
ICC's Business Action to Stop Counterfeiting and Piracy (BASCAP) and the International Trademark Association (INTA) today welcomed news that the Council of Ministers had confirmed the proposed mandate authorizing the European Commission to open negotiations on the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) between the EU and key economic partners, including the United States, Japan, South Korea, Mexico and New Zealand.
Top government officials, business leaders and senior law enforcement authorities today urged national and international political leaders
More than 500 senior decision-makers from 70 countries convened today in Dubai to identify solutions to the escalating global problem of product counterfeiting and piracy of intellectual property and to put an end to the damaging effects it is having on consumer health and safety, government resources and revenues, innovation and foreign investment.