Venue: Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Singapore.

Date: 25 April 2020 – 29 April 2020

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Event: 2019 China Trademark Festival

Venue: Yinchuan International Convention Center, Yinchuan, Ningxia, Hui autonomous region, China

Date: 5 July 2019 – 8 July 2019

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INTA’s 141th Annual Meeting in Boston.

Venue: Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.

Date: 18 May 2018 – 22 May 2019

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https://www.inta.org/2019Annual/Pages/Home.aspx

Asia IP Magazine October 2018, Vol.10 Issue.9

For the private sector, trademarks are mostly recognized but other IP like patents and trade secrets are almost disregarded. For the public sector, research institutions are being pushed to claim patent protections, but most inventions have not been even attempted to be put in use.

Panisa Suwanmatajarn said in Asia IP Magazine Vol.10 Issue.9 Page.13

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Asia IP Magazine June / July 2018, Vol.10 Issue.6

Without proper IP protection, any innovation under Thailand 4.0 will likely to be copied and that will no longer encourage any new innovations. It will adversely affect the economic growth of the country definitely.

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The US has been exporting its IP assets in the forms of software entertainment, IT, etc., for years. At the country level, as appeared in the 2018 Special 301 Report, many countries, including Thailand, have been moved from the priority watch list to the watch list. This indicates that many countries have stepped up their IP protection, which is one the biggest US concerns.

For Thailand, the government has implemented the policy of Thailand 4.0 riding on the wave of IT technology which will depend pretty much on IP protection, Hopefully, under this policy, Thailand will have stronger economic growth. Without proper IP protection, any innovation under Thailand 4.0 will likely to be copied and that will no longer encourage any new innovations. It will adversely affect the economic growth of the country definitely.

Panisa Suwanmatajarn said in Asia IP Magazine Vol.10 Issue.6 Page.15

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