IPR in the Chilean Wine Industry

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Chilean wine history began, long ago, with the arrival of Spanish conquerors. Nowadays Chile is considered as one of the best producers of wines and spirits. According to the most recent OIV (International Organization of Wine and Vine), Chile ranked number 9 in overall grape production, number 8th in Wine production and is the number 4 exporter worlwide. here you can find information on IPRs related to Wine production as well as some good practices to adopt when entering the Wine industry in Chile.

Technology Transfer in Brazil


Technology transfer plays a relevant role in the growth of companies. It allows EU SMEs to find a way to exchange or acquire high-quality research and cutting-edge technology with outstanding research organisations. This Factsheet gives you an overview of what you need to know before signing a tech transfer agreement with Brazilian partners.

Central America IP Country Factsheet


This Factsheet gives an overview on how to protect and manage Intellectual Property assets in Central America with a tailored approach to the needs of European SMEs, that will benefit from factual and practical information including formal and substantive requirements or fees, among others.


IP in the Agri- Food sector (I): Geographical Indications


Differentiation and innovation are now key factors to succeed on the Agri-Food sector. Thus, Intellectual Property Rights are becoming more and more important for competing in such field. This Factsheet provides you with and overview of the relevance of each IPR for the sector, with a special focus on Geographical Indications.