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New Indonesian rules on foreign language trademarks cause confusion

An uncertain issue under Law 24/2009 has been the mandatory use of Indonesian language in certain contexts. A new Presidential Regulation 63/2019 provides more specificity setting out 14 situations where it is required. One of them surprisingly, is trademarks.  Surprisingly, because this is not a trademark regulation. But the effects for Indonesian businesses and brands may be huge.

Read full article by Nick Redfearn for Rouse Magazinehttps://www.rouse.com/magazine/news/new-indonesian-rules-on-foreign-language-trademarks-cause-confusion/?tag=wipo

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