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April 27, 2011

Intellectual Property Enforcement: The Human Cost of Counterfeiting

The Brief, Magazine of the British Chamber of Commerce in Thailand

Intellectual property rights owners are regularly and increasingly feeling the pressure and economic pain of loss of revenue due to competition from black market counterfeit goods invading the global market. Further, our global society suffers the physical and emotional pain of countless people and children who are slaves to either the criminal black marketers or the victims of their faulty products. This article examines the economic and social aspects of the problem.

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