IFPI Hails Declaration

Cendrowicz, Leo
June 2003
Billboard;6/21/2003, Vol. 115 Issue 25, p47
Trade Publication
Reports on a parliamentary declaration on piracy and counterfeiting in the European Union (EU) that has been sent to the governments of all EU member states on June 5, 2003. Number of jobs lost each year due to piracy; Importance of the declaration.


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