The latest edition of this jointly produced study shows how IP crimes are a threat to the health and safety of consumers as well as economically damaging.
In addition, the study provides insights on the alleged origin of different counterfeit products and services around the globe.
On that regard, India had its mention in the context of counterfeit pharmaceutical products, packaging’s and piracy. Policy and custom efforts are showing positive results, for example, the number of customs procedures for pharmaceutical products between 2019 and 2020 increased from 192 to 600.
Furthermore, India proved considerable progress in this sector showing a promising prospect when it comes to protect and enforce intellectual property rights in the country.
- Publication date
- 27 April 2022