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TIACA Position Paper: Intellectual Property Rights And The Air Cargo Industry

Posted By Chinh Van, Monday, April 18, 2016


Goods that infringe intellectual property rights (“IPR infringing goods”) account for a growing portion of international trade, and present challenges for air cargo operators in many markets. The OECD has estimated that over $250 billion in IPR infringing goods move across borders each year (excluding intra-country activities or online infringements). Intermediaries, such as air cargo operators, in the supply chain of IPR infringing goods have a role in helping to combat this global problem, along with rights holders and customs and other authorities. However, the role of intermediaries such as those in the air cargo industry should be distinct from that of the actual infringers or traders in such goods...


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