Event Reports

Invited to CIPS Event: Bolstering Economic Recovery: Intellectual Property Rights & Investment Outlook

Published on 9 January 2023

EuroCham was cordially invited to “Bolstering Economic Recovery: Intellectual Property Rights & Investment in Indonesia” a talk show event organized by the Center for Indonesian Policy Studies (CIPS), in collaboration with Geneva Network, on November 30. The panel of discussion was led by Reni Yanita, Director General of Small Medium Industry and Alike at the Ministry of Industry; Agusdini Banun, Director of Pharmaceutical Production and Distribution at the Ministry of Health; Rani Nuradi, Patent Examining Coordinator of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights; Prof. Mark Schultz, Intellectual Property and Technology Law Program at University of Akron; and Prof. Bryan Mercurio, Simon F.S Li Professor of Law at the Chinese University of Hongkong.

The panelists explained how foreign investment could promote Indonesia’s investment through IP protection and enforcement, because those are primary considerations for foreign investors before investing in Indonesia. By strengthening the IP protection and enforcement, transfer of knowledge to domestic companies will be more encouraged. The meeting was concluded with lively Q&A sessions from the participants.

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Meeting with CIPS & Geneva Network: Development of IP in Indonesia

Published on 9 January 2023

EuroCham is honored to host Trissia Wijaya and Ivania Ananta from the Center for Indonesian Policy Studies (CIPS) and Professor Mark Schutlz, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company Endowed Chair in IP law and the Director of IP and Technology Law Program at Akron Law School and Senior Fellow Researcher at Geneva Network on November 29. Kin Wah Chow, the Head of Intellectual Property Working Group and Principal at Rouse Consulting, shared his insightful knowledge on the current IP protection practices in Indonesia and its development in attracting foreign direct investment.

The meeting was concluded that Indonesia’s IP protection needs to be strengthened for better business and investment climate in Indonesia. We would like to thank CIPS and Geneva Network for their courtesy visit and we look forward to more fruitful discussions.

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