Tiaca chief slams Schiphol slot cuts – dialogue is the answer
Tiaca director general Glyn Hughes has slammed Schiphol’s plan to cut flights by some 10% ...
TIACA has condemned the growing problem of goods that infringe intellectual property rights (IPR), and calls for Customs authorities to bring together rights holders, service providers and regulators for a working dialogue in a new Position Paper published today. Goods that infringe IPR account for a growing proportion of international trade, estimated at over $250bn by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
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