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Saudi Arabia: Consumer Protection Agreement on the Way
September 20, 2012
The Saudi Customs Authority and the local Consumer Protection Group have signed on a cooperation agreement aiming at combating commercial counterfeiting, protecting intellectual property rights and boosting the national economy. This cooperation agreement hinders the entrance of fake products to the Saudi market.
The agreement was centered on the importance of IP protection, as well as the dynamic role of the Saudi Customs in the protection of Saudi Arabia’s borders against piracy and counterfeits. This agreement comes in line with the international standards requirements and practices in order to develop the quality of products available in the market place and to guarantee the health and well–being of all society members.
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