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Title: ⾹港與台灣的奢侈品商標保護之比較研究
The Institutional Issues of Luxury Counterfeits: The Cases of Hong Kong and Taiwan
Authors: 薛芬妮
Laurette, GUINOT Fanny
Contributors: 陳宗文
Chen, Tzung-Wen
GUINOT Fanny Laurette
Keywords: 奢侈
Hong Kong
Date: 2021
Issue Date: 2021-03-02 14:50:50 (UTC+8)
Abstract: 贗品無處不在,無論在哪裡,這些假冒產品都獲得了越來越多的成功。但是,亞洲尤其受影響。確實,中國無疑是假貨的生產地,⽽香港在產品到達最終⽬的地(例如台灣)無疑是重要的商品過境地。通過對台灣和香港的現象進行比較,這是對該地區的深入研究。針對是從行為者,⾏動水平還是在政策上,假冒都是全球性問題。因此,有必要檢驗這些不同政黨在反恐鬥爭中製定的不同策略,以便考慮可能的替代方案,以便更好地理解問題。在這裡,我們將針對這種現象和將要採取的政策提出整體方法,並對歐洲案例進⾏研究,以此作為採取這些策略的基礎。
Copies are legion and there is a growing success for these fake products, no matter where. However, Asia is particularly affected. Indeed, China is undoubtedly the workshop of fakes and Hong Kong an important transit zone for products, before they reach their final destination, such as Taiwan. This will be an in-depth examination of the region through a comparison of the phenomenon in Taiwan and Hong Kong. Counterfeiting is a global problem, both in terms of actors, levels of action and policies; it is therefore essential to examine the different strategies developed by these different parties in the fight against counterfeiting in order to consider the possible alternatives for a better understanding of the issue.
We will propose here a holistic approach to the phenomenon and the policies to be put in place, as well as a study of the European case as a basis for approaching these strategies.
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