Argentina, Brazil and Chile are leading innovation in Latin America

Bloomberg has just published its annual Bloomberg Innovation Index for the year 2020. This Index analyzes dozens of criteria using seven metrics, including research and development spending, manufacturing capability and concentration of high-tech public companies.

As to the Latin American countries, Argentina (45), Brazil (46) and Chile (54) are in the lead of innovation in this Region. Argentina has moved up 5 places in the Index, while Chile has moved up 7. 

Peru's INDECOPI report for 2019

The Peruvian National Institute for the Protection of Intellectual Property (INDECOPI) has issued this week a report on the activities it has carried out during the year 2019.

For the third year in a row the number of trade mark registrations has raised, reaching 36 259 in 2019. The rise is particularly important for collective trade marks the number of which has increased by 316.4%.

Graz, Austria - HTH Styria

 

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