Efforts geared towards ridding Nigeria’s vibrant mobile phone market of counterfeit devices is yielding results. The Phone and Allied Products Dealers Association (PAPDA) of Computer Village Ikeja, says its partnership with the Standard Organisation of Nigeria (SON) has led to the registration of over 30 phone brands in the market. The group through its President, Ikye Onwe, disclosed that sequel to the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) it signed with SON to rid the market of counterfeit products, PAPDA provides an office for SON officials for the establishment of a market desk.
NLIPW Patents Law Volume 1 Number 8 (Counterfeit & Substandard Drugs in Nigeria) eDigest July 27, 2013 Content Sources World Bank PLOS Medicine World Health Organization Journal of Health & Population in Developing Countries Counterfeit […]
Piracy has been identified as one of the greatest challenges facing Nollywood, Nigeria’s blossoming movie industry, resulting in revenue losses that run into billions of naira annually. The pirates have internationalised their nefarious activities because […]
The Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) has begun its enforcement exercise to invade markets in the country in search of fake and substandard electric lamps. The Director General, SON, Dr. Joseph Odumodu, explained that the […]