Saudi Arabia: Penalties for Trademark Counterfeiting Announced Saudi Arabia: Penalties for Trademark Counterfeiting Announced
Saudi Gazette, 22 April 2021: Saudi Arabia’s Commerce Ministry has announced the penalties for trademark counterfeiting.
Offenders will be jailed for up to one year and/or fined up to one million Riyals.
The same penalties will be imposed on those who violate the Trademark Law.
This will include those who forge registered trademarks or exhibit, sell or possess products bearing a forged or counterfeit trademark.
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