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A new chapter for protection of well-known marks in Indonesia

By Aga Nugraha

Indonesia’s Trademark and Geographical Indications Law 2016 ushers in long-awaited improvements for rights holders. However, remaining vulnerabilities could perpetuate bad-faith registrations and trademark squatting

Amid increasing awareness of the significance of intellectual property in today’s digital economy, there have been some promising developments in Indonesia’s IP regulatory framework.

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