Buyers and users of pirated products will be fined Bt1,000 per case, while commercial building owners and landlords, as well as website owners,who turn a blind eye to sales of pirated goods will face a fine of as much as Bt300,000 under a new draft law aimed at clamping down on intellectualproperty violations. (Bangkok Post)
Landlords to face fines for ignoring sales of fakes
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