Libyan customs officers begin training on intellectual property


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Libyan customs officers begin training on intellectual property

Forty-four Libyan customs officers on Monday began a three-day training session in Tripoli on intellectual property and the role of customs services in its protection to throw light on the importance of trade marks and labels at the level of intellectual property. It is also aimed at discussing counterfeiting and violation of the right of trade marks and intellectual property and the protection of classified plants. Organised by the National Scientific Research Office and the General Directorate of Libya’s National Customs Office, the session will also deal with the international intellectual property protection cooperation convention. There will be presentations dealing with intellectual property, activities of the Libyan national scientific research office in the fields of intellectual property, international legislations and civil responsibility resulting from them as well as their protection. Panapress

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