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"No Fakes Pledge" Scheme

Intellectual Property Department·7 December, 2021

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Established in 1998, the "No Fakes Pledge" Scheme not only aims to promote a sense of pride among traders who do not deal in counterfeit and pirated goods; it also aims to enhance awareness of intellectual property protection among retailers and consumers alike.

 

The "No Fakes Pledge" Scheme campaign encourages participating retail merchants to set a good example by pledging not to sell or distribute counterfeit or pirated products, thus establishing and upholding honest and trustworthy trading practices. With the help of strong marketing and growing participation, this campaign, will further distinguish honest and reliable retail merchants, thereby gaining the confidence and trust of consumers. With the "No Fakes" logo, tourists and consumers can easily identify reliable retailers and shop with confidence.