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European Commission: Public Consultation - Third Country Report
The European Commission (DG TRADE) has launched a public consultation on the protection and enforcement of IPRs in third countries.

The main objective of this consultation is to detect those third countries in which the state of IPR protection and enforcement is more alarming, in order to update the list of ‘priority countries’ and help improve the IPR systems worldwide. This will help the European Commission to focus its efforts on specific areas of concern.

The results of this public consultation will also inform rightsholders of the potential risks in terms of intellectual property when engaging into activities in these priority countries, and enable them to design their business strategies and better protect their IPRs.

Contributions to the consultation are possible until 16 November 2020 via:


ECTA joins the European Commission in encouraging all interested stakeholders to contribute to the public consultation.

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