TITLE

EU unveils new piracy study

AUTHOR(S)
Bennett, Ray; Williams, Chad
PUB. DATE
April 2005
SOURCE
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;4/26/2005, Vol. 388 Issue 44, p45
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on European Union (EU) new piracy study. The European Commission (EC) has launched a major survey on copyright and piracy in the European Union's trading partners in Eastern Europe, Asia and Latin America. The survey is being prepared by the trade services of die EC and the EU's executive authority and could herald a more robust approach to piracy and counterfeiting. The EC's response is expected to stress technical cooperation and assistance to help non-EU countries fight counterfeiting, but the commission also has threatened to trigger all bilateral and multilateral sanction mechanisms against any country involved in systematic violations.
ACCESSION #
17009544

 

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