The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) join forces once again to shed some light on an intellectual property matter with a great impact in the European Union economy: the sale of counterfeited goods.
Under the title “Why do countries export fakes?”, this new report analyses the drivers that will make an economy more likely to become active in the trade of fake goods, with the ultimate purpose of enlightening policy makers so that they develop efficient policy responses to tackle the issue.
Read more about it here.
Source: IPR Helpdesk News
OECD and EUIPO report: Why do countries export fakes?