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Parallel Imports in Asia (Max Planck Series on Asian Intellectual Property Law, 9) (Max Planck Series on Asian Intellectual Property Law, 9)

by Christopher Heath

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Published by Kluwer Law International .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Intellectual property, copyright & patents,
  • Law and legislation,
  • Gray market,
  • Law,
  • Legal Reference / Law Profession,
  • Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice,
  • Congresses,
  • Property,
  • ASIA,
  • Intellectual property

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9346358M
    ISBN 109041121145
    ISBN 109789041121141

    For example, booksellers are able to parallel import a single copy of a book to satisfy a written customer order or to supply books to a library. Also, the amendments to the general prohibition on parallel importation did not directly affect the pre-existing rights of consumers to purchase books . This means, I can, in effect, import a bulk of new or used books from Amazon, regardless of the state enabled distributor monopolies in India that prohibit parallel imports. This has practically enabled Amazon to do, what civil society and rights-based policy makers have been trying to for a long time.

      In summary, the policy reasons for allowing parallel importation of patented product is based on the principle that parallel imported products are genuine products and that the public Singapore should benefit from competition and the lower prices resulting from the availability of parallel imports. Parallel imports. Parallel importers typically acquire goods in one country or region, and then import them into another country or region and ignore that products are often designed to meet specific tastes, needs, environmental, cultural, language, and other market conditions in .

    A parallel import, also referred to as a gray import (or " gr e y import " for those of you who speak and write the Queen's English), is a product originally released in one market but then imported to a different market via distribution channels neither controlled nor sanctioned by the manufacturer, one of the manufacturer's subsidiaries, or one of the manufacturer's licensees. China's vehicle parallel import business dragged down prices and maintained luxury car sales volume, while the high-end market has cooled over the past several years.


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Parallel Imports in Asia (Max Planck Series on Asian Intellectual Property Law, 9) (Max Planck Series on Asian Intellectual Property Law, 9) by Christopher Heath Download PDF EPUB FB2

Parallel Imports in Asia (Max Planck Series on Asian Intellectual Property Set) (Vol 9) 1st Edition. Parallel Imports in Asia (Max Planck Series on Asian Intellectual Property Set) (Vol 9) 1st Edition.

by Christopher Heath (Editor) ISBN ISBN Parallel imports in Asia. [Christopher Heath; Max-Planck-Institut für Geistiges Eigentum, Wettbewerbs- und Steuerrecht.;] -- In the absence of international rules governing parallel imports and exhaustion of intellectual property rights, issues arising in this context are left to the individual countries concerned.

Due to the diversity of legal regimes in the jurisdictions covered, reliable information on the regimes of parallel imports in Asia has been hard to come by. Now, Parallel Imports in Asia brings together the insight and experience of fourteen academics and practitioners in this specialized but highly significant field, each highly respected in his or her particular country.

Increasingly, permitting or blocking parallel imports of intellectually protected goods is regarded as a political decision to accommodate foreign pressure, domestic consumers, or right holders. Due to the diversity of legal regimes in the jurisdictions covered, reliable information on the regimes of parallel imports in Asia has been hard to come by.

Now, Parallel Imports in Asia brings together the insight and experience of fourteen academics and practitioners in this specialized but highly significant field, each highly respected in. Title of book Parallel Imports in Asia Editor(s) Heath,C: Publication date Chapter number 9 Total chapters 15 Start page End page Total pages Parallel Imports in Asia book Publisher Kluwer Law International Place of.

Legalizing parallel imports would significantly enhance accessibility and affordability of books in India, particularly educational books, and allow libraries and organizations to import required books from anywhere in the world.

Publishers, however, argue that territoriality is an important aspect of copyright. Parallel Importation What's the situation. The Australian book industry publishes more than titles every year, generating $2 billion in revenue, investing $ million in Australian books and their promotion, employ Australians across the industry.

The Australian book industry does not depend on tariffs or subsidies. PARALLEL IMPORTS IN PHARMACEUTICALS: IMPLICATIONS FOR COMPETITION AND PRICES IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Keith E.

Maskus Professor of Economics University of Colorado at Boulder UCBBoulder CO USA [email protected] Final Report to World Intellectual Property Organization Under terms of Special Service Agreement Draft: April On the other hand, the law on the legality of parallel imports is ambiguous and hotly contested in courts in India.

The Supreme Court of India is aware of this issue. Brand owners argue in favour of the principle of national exhaustion of trademark rights, putting parallel imports on the same pedestal as counterfeits.

Parallel importing is an unauthorized import of non-counterfeit goods into a country. The goods are imported without the express permission of the intellectual property owner. Individuals refer to this as gray market goods, and most trades entail high-priced branded goods such as jewelry, cameras, tablets, and watches.

Parallel Imports and International Trade 1. Introduction Parallel imports are one of the most iridescent and enigmatic phenomena of international trade.

On the one hand, they strictly follow the laws of the market; yet on the other hand, the laws of the market are not the only ones that apply to. Countries on parallel imports. Australia: it permits the parallel import of certain products except books, cars, however software CD’s and music CD’s can be imported.

USA: Parallel import is legal in USA. It was made legal by establishing a legal precedent. “In the case of Kirtsaeng v. Locate one of our Stores. Click on the store closest to you to see their location, shopping hours and contact details. Please note: Our Online Team hours are Monday to Friday 9am to pm daily.

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Parallel import is a prevalent business model in the new age economy. However, the laws governing parallel imports are still in infancy and require clarification in many jurisdictions, including Malaysia.

In Tien Ying Hong Enterprises v Beenion (), the High Court of Malaysia provided the much needed clarification. A Point of View on Parallel Imports Dhruv Joshi Infosys Limited 1.

Introduction Eminent economist and Noble Laureate in Economics () Professor Joseph Stiglitz - in one of his books titled ‘Making Globalization Work’ - refers to the current state of globalisation which is.

In the absence of international rules governing parallel imports and exhaustion of intellectual property rights, issues arising in this context are left to the individual countries concerned. Asian countries, although generally more open towards parallel imports than Europe or the U.S., show marked differences both among their individual approaches and among the various intellectual property.

Parallel trading in Hong Kong is the phenomenon of China parallel traders taking advantage of multiple entry visa policy to import goods from Hong Kong to Mainland China, causing shortages of household goods in various locations starting in the North District and expanding to Tuen Mun, Yuen Long, Tai Po and ms related to this include increasing congestion from day traders Literal meaning: water goods travellers.

NZ's Original Parallel Imported Retailer. We are New Zealand’s premier Parallel Importer, having been in business for over 10 years we carry the largest range of Mobile Phones, Car Audio and Fragrances in New Zealand at great prices.

The Australian government yesterday announced it intends to repeal parallel importation restrictions on books, which has again caused concern in the publishing industry.

But, really, what's the Author: Peter Donoughue. Latin American countries have varying positions with respect to parallel imports (i.e., branded goods that are imported into a market and sold there without the consent of the owner of the trademark in that market).

Members of the Andean Community of Nations—Colombia, Peru, Ecuador and Bolivia—have regulated the issue under Decision of.

However, parallel imports from outside the EU are strictly restricted. It can be seen that the EU adopts an exhaustion of regional rights approach to parallel imports. 2. The U.S. In principle, parallel imports are prohibited in the U.S.

by virtue of Section of the Tariff Act. U.S. federal law also prohibits parallel imports of trademarked. Parallel imports may increase consumer welfare, as imports of goods from a country with lower prices force sellers in the country of destination to reduce prices.