Tibet: Lhasa Customs makes notable achievements on crackdown upon infringement

Tibet: Lhasa Customs makes notable achievements on crackdown upon infringement

2011/8/29

In the first half of this year, Lhasa Customs of Tibet grasped the opportunity of the special campaign on fighting against IPR violations and fake goods to intensify inspection over IPR infringing actions. In all, 31 cases related to IPR were dealt with, valuing at 147,700 yuan.

25 categories of brands including CK and POLO were involved in and 9 types of products were concerned covering clothes, shoes and mobile phones. Meanwhile, the Customs donated those seized infringing goods to public welfare entities. In the first half of this year, the Customs transferred infringing goods including sports shoes and clothes to Tibet Red Cross, with a value of about 500,000 yuan. To build an external environment for IPR protection, Lhasa Customs positively conducted various kinds of advocacy activities.

Source:IPR in China




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