India: On your marks
In layman's terms, trademarks are considered to be a source identifier that serve as a badge of origin for goods. In real terms, trademarks guarantee the quality of an organisation's goods or services and indirectly provide reassurance to the public that subsequent purchases from the same source will conform to the same standard.
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