Regulatory Archives - Inside Retail Thailand
Samsung has found itself in storm over “legally fake” brand collaboration with Supreme Italia.
The Philippines government plans to lower the required minimum capital for foreign retail investors to $200,000.
7-Eleven Thailand is not breaking the law by offering beer on tap as long as it is poured by cashiers and brand names are not visible.
Thai authorities have arrested two men and seized 160,000 pairs of counterfeit footwear from six retail outlets.
Alibaba’s IPP (Intellectual Property Protection) Platform has been enhanced, offering faster processing for takedown requests from brands and rights holders.
Pirated goods will be wiped out, Intellectual Property Department director-general Thosapone Dansuputra has vowed.
Thailand is considering a draft bill on taxing e-commerce companies and social-media networks.
Thailand’s Ministry of Commerce aims to recruit 35 Bangkok food truck operators to help Thais eat more cheaply.
Thailand’s Ministry of Commerce is preparing to launch online fruit sales, aiming to become an intermediary between farmers and consumers.
More than 85 per cent of goods at shops in MBK and Talad Rong Krua have been removed in a Thai government crackdown on fakes.
Entrupy, a device that instantly detects fake designer bags, has been launched in New York.
Traditional Thai retail businesses will get training assistance from the government under a new program.