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OECD Governance Jun 12
📣 The intensity of counterfeiting and piracy is on the rise - with significant risk for knowledge-based, open & globalised economies.
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Stephane Jacobzone 9 Mar 18
With P. Stryszowski EU DG Trade in Brussels, How to strengthen governance frameworks to counter illicit trade? : Complex supply chains can allow counterfeiters to infiltrate the global economy. We need action now!
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European Union Intellectual Property Office 19 Apr 16
- report: €338 bill. worth of counterfeit goods traded worldwide
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OECD ➡️ Better policies for better lives 1 Mar 18
Criminals traffic billions of dollars in illicit goods each year, incl counterfeits & fakes. What can gov'ts do to counter illicit ? 📽️Watch the livestream today at 16:00 CET
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Catherine Bremer Mar 18
Over 3% of global imported goods are fakes; this drains away tax revenue to the benefit of organised crime and entails serious health & safety risks read more:
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OECD ➡️ Better policies for better lives 14 Mar 18
New report will investigate how are being used to traffic & pirated goods. 📽️Tune in to the live webcast 15 Mar, 9:20 CET & join the discussion
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OECD Governance Jun 12
: "In 2016, trade in and pirated goods amounted to up to 3.3% of global imports. In absolute value, it was USD 509 billion" Marcos Bonturi, OECD Further information:
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OECD ➡️ Better policies for better lives 1 Mar 18
Replying to @OECD
3 measures that gov'ts should take in the fight against illicit : sanctions, screening & improving transparency in free trade zones. Read more ➡️
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@EditorOwl 21 Apr 16
Stronger team fighting illicit and OECD & WCO sign agreement -
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OECD Governance Jun 14
THANK YOU 🙏🏽 to everybody who joined us for the 3rd International Forum on IP Enforcement. By working together we can enhance IP enforcement and deter illicit trade. ⚡️ Tweets & images: |
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horak. Rechtsanwälte Dec 13
RT OECDgov: NEW REPORT 📢 63% of seizures of or pirated goods are of small parcels sent through postal or courier services - which can be difficult and costly to screen. ➡️ See facts & trends: OECD
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OECD Governance Jun 12
The rapid growth of e-commerce, and the increasing use of postal and courier services, has led to more goods being sent in small parcels 📦 ➡️ See / report:
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Jeffrey Hardy 1 Mar 18
new report is a useful tool for member states to review their existing governance frameworks and respond to illicit trade. calls on governments to coordinate actions and step up enforcement measures to effectively counter illicit trade.
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TRACIT 16 Mar 18
TRACIT and call on and task force members to address in alcohol. As highlighted in TRACIT's paper tabled today, collecting best practices will be essential in implementation efforts moving forward.
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PRV Jun 13
Piratkopiering är ett växande problem i Sverige och världen. Tillslag på 4.7 miljoner piratkopierade varor utgör hot för hälsa och säkerhet.
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OECD Governance Jun 12
: "Coordinated action to ✅ strengthen institutions, ✅ improve governance practices, and ✅ enforce regulations will go a long way to countering trade", Marcos Bonturi, OECD
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European Union Intellectual Property Office May 14
👜Leather goods, 💄cosmetics, 👞footwear and ⌚️watches are some of the counterfeit products most frequently smuggled into the EU. Learn more about the impact of on global trade:
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European Union Intellectual Property Office Apr 24
Worldwide trade in counterfeit and pirated goods now represents 3.3 % of global trade — some EUR 460 billion. Learn more in the latest report by the EUIPO and the :
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EconDiplomacy@State Mar 22
ICYMI Bran New Report: Imports of counterfeit and pirated goods are worth up to USD 509 billion , or around 3.3% of global imports
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EU Tax & Customs 🇪🇺 Mar 18
From an EU perspective, 6.8 % of imports from the rest of the world consist of fakes, up from 5 % in the earlier study. This corresponds to € 121 billion per year. More info:
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