Monday, June 6, 2011

President of MIPA in BFM

Chew Phye Keat, President of the Malaysian Intellectual Property Association, says Malaysia's IP laws are robust but there's a perception that enforcement is lax, and awareness is still low.

In another BFM interview, he uses examples to explain the practical aspects of the Competition Act. While the Act is meant to encourage competition and prevent abuse of position by dominant player like government-linked companies, government policy can still over ride the Act.

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