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WHILE Canon Marketing (M) Sdn Bhd is concerned about losing business due to fake Canon products in the market, its top priority was protecting customers from purchasing such items, its director/general manager (office systems and solutions division) Lim Kok Hin said.
Using giant golden keys to open the gates to the most important market in the world,'' officials from Beijing's 2008 Olympics organizing committee launched the games' marketing plan Monday with a carefully choreographed public-relations extravaganza
THE Malaysian branch of the Asean Intellectual Property Association (Aipa) expects to hold a dialogue soon with the relevant authorities on fine-tuning some of the intellectual property laws to enhance the country's competitive edge as a key player in global trade and commerce, its branch head Chew Phye Keat said.
ASIA, which contributed 10%, or US$3.05bil to Canon group's total sales last year, is expected to be a significant region in the camera and office equipment manufacturer's expansion plan in the next five years.
CANON Inc conducted seven raids in Malaysia last year in its effort to reduce counterfeiting activities in the country.
Pfizer Inc., the world's largest drug company, said Tuesday that it has filed an appeal in a Beijing court against a government decision rejecting the company's Chinese patent for its erectile dysfunction drug, Viagra.
Two former officials at Japanese automaker Mitsubishi Motors pleaded innocent Thursday to professional negligence in a fatal accident in which a wheel flew off a truck and crushed a pedestrian.
Like many multinational companies in China, the Philips group has put up its large neon signs that light up the Shanghai waterfront at night.
When General Motors Corp. wanted to stop speculation this spring that it might eliminate its Pontiac and Buick brands, Vice Chairman Bob Lutz took his case directly to dealers and customers who were up in arms about the possibility. He wrote about it on the company's blog.
Some say eBay's blockbuster growth has engendered arrogance