The European Commission is trying to defeat criticism of a proposed multilateral treaty opposing counterfeiting through a high-stakes legal maneuver, with officials saying the outcome is of critical importance to the European Union’s powerful automotive sector. The EC has referred the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement to the European Court of Justice, which will determine whether the treaty complies with the basic legal principles of the European Union. The Commission says in a ...
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