This Article reviews how major countries and common markets, including the United States, Japan and the European Community, have dealt with the problem of parallel importation. It then suggests common criteria to solve this problem in each nation. It concludes that the proper results in parallel importation cases will be reached if the problem is analyzed in terms of the major functions of trademarks.
Parallel Importation of Trademarked Goods: A Comparative Analysis,
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