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Workshop on Identification of Counterfeit and Pirated Goods to Enhance IPR Protection

Endeavoring to improve the border enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR), the Customs Administration held an annual workshop on the identification of counterfeit and pirated goods for customs officers in Kaohsiung Customs on Dec. 10, 2021. This course received participation from prominent multinational companies and trademark agents of renowned brands such as NGK, DENSO, SONY, Le Creuset, Nike, Converse, 3M, HDMI, Anessa, Casio, G-Shock, Mitsuboshi, Patek Philippe, and so forth.


The experts of the aforementioned brands shared how to distinguish genuine products from the fake ones through interactive presentations. Their diverse techniques strengthened officers' capabilities to intercept IPR Infringing products, reinforcing IPR protection at the border.


Kaohsiung Customs urges that importers and exporters should scrupulously avoid IPR infringement while filing their declarations. Successful IPR protection lies in consumers' efforts to refuse the purchase of counterfeit and pirated goods.

Issued:Secretariat Release date:2021-12-30