End of the drama “Crying Tiger” Malaysian companies refused to trade.

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Malaysian company refused to register trade marks “Crying Tiger” is his own after being hit by netizens

January 15, 2021 fresh newsReported that after the drama of the trademark application “Hari Maumenagis” or the food menu known as “Crying Tiger” by a private company in Malaysia. Claiming that this menu is an intellectual heritage Malaysian culture And prepare a monopoly to collect business benefits from this menu

The owner of the company is the mother of Malaysian-class celebrity business model star.

Most recently, Malaysian media giant Malay Mail website reported that the owner, Datin Nurqartini Nur Mohamed. Has issued an apology In the event that the trademark “Hari Ma Umenagi” or “Crying Tiger” has been filed, the matter is caused by confusion. Which now she has decided to withdraw the trademark registration of the said menu.

She also said that when she first decided to file a trademark It is only intended to protect their brands from being counterfeited. And when she was asked whether the trademark would affect small operators or not. She said that was not her intention. “I don’t intend to get in the way of anyone who makes a living. I hope the problem will be solved. And will not be prolonged, ”Nurgartini said.

From the registration of the said trademark Causing her to face criticism Heavy criticism from Malaysian internet users And before this noor Gartini has also taken a video of making the Crying Tiger menu and hinting that the recipe is patented.

However, the drama was widely discussed in Malaysia. This is because most Malaysians believe that the recipes and names of this type of food are Malay words. That originated from Thai food “Crying Tiger” Beef that has been grilled and cut into small pieces, served with sticky rice or another dish. And one more reason is that the trademark registration is It is an act that exploits the small business owner in Malaysia who sells the menu.

Source: ประชาชาติธุรกิจ by www.prachachat.net.

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