Without this data, it may remain difficult to obtain full support for anti-counterfeiting from every jurisdiction and authority. Without this data, frankly, counterfeiting will not be viewed as seriously as a threat as the other crimes mentioned in the Deloitte report. According to Van Greunen’s speech at the Stellenbosch University conference last week, WIPO will continue to focus on pulling all the relevant stakeholders together and plugging its message of responsibility. Says Olivier: “WIPO has a significant role to play in the fight against counterfeiting but that it should not be left to them alone. As expressed by Van Greunen, governments and companies have a social responsibility toward stopping it.”
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