Indonesia builds IP protection ecosystem to combat piracy and counterfeit products

The Law and Human Rights Ministry’s intellectual property director general, Freddy Harris, speaking to reporters in his office in Jakarta. - Jakarta Post/ANN

JAKARTA, Oct 3 (Jakarta Post/ANN): Indonesia is striving to develop an efficient and effectively enforced intellectual property (IP) ecosystem to stop rampant piracy and counterfeit products, with a view to attract investments from the United States and European countries.

Developing an IP ecosystem includes improving a regulatory framework, networking, establishing an IP task force, providing training for investigators, IP awareness-raising campaigns and enforcement against IP infringements.

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