Meanwhile Indonesia's Parliament is debating a far more comprehensive
Draft Bill on Drugs and Foods Supervision which is intended to improve the quality, safety and efficacy of drugs and foods across the country. It proposes to do this by bringing the current patchwork of rules under one law. More rigourous distribution rules are driven by the recent fake vaccines scandal (see here).
Pierre Cardin France filed an appeal but the Supreme Court rejected it. Oddly the court argued "The Defendant has the distinction of always putting the wording "product by PT Gudang Rejeki". Therefore…that trademark was not riding the fame of other party's trademark," said the panel. That is plainly wrong as confusion is not relevant to cancellation cases. However the decision was not unanimous. One Supreme Court judge assessed to the contrary that Pierre Cardin is a well-known trademark; and presumably he concluded there was bad faith.