Indonesia has taken its first steps towards a Customs IP border protection system. The government has issued Regulation 20 of 2017 on Controls of Import and Export Goods Constituting or Deriving from IP Rights Infringement. The regulation was laid down on May 30 2017, enacted on June 2 2017 and takes effect on August 2 2017. It implements provisions in Law 17 of 2006 on amendments to Law 10 of 1995 on Customs.

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