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Date:
17.01.2019
With the aim of supporting IP users in the process of filing an Industrial Design, the INPI Brazil issued a manual which provides guidelines for the filing of design applications and... read more...
Date:
17.01.2019
The Cuban Industrial Property Office (OCPI) offers a course on general notions of Industrial Property open to any interested person. It will take place at their premises between 18-22 of February... read more...
Date:
16.01.2019
INPI Argentina provides users with informative guidelines on how to use their search IP tools. These guides would support the users when performing searches on phonetic trademarks, patents, utility... read more...
Date:
15.01.2019
The economist Mr Cláudio Vilar Furtado will become the new President of INPI. On 8 January 2019, the Secretary for Economic Productivity, Employment and Competitiveness (Sepec) of the Ministry... read more...
Date:
15.01.2019
Professionals from the National Agriculture Reasearch Institute (INIA) from Argentina, Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Peru, Panama, Paraguay and Dominican Republic, responsible of the IP... read more...
Date:
14.01.2019
In a recent interview the President of INPI Brazil, Mr Luiz Octávio Pimentel, declared that this institution is now ready to join the Madrid Protocol, thanks to the measures implemented in recent... read more...
Date:
14.01.2019
  The Mexican Industrial Property Institute (IMPI) has made available a user guide to the online services that they offer in their website. The Technological Information Services... read more...
Date:
14.01.2019
The Development Bank of Latin America (CAF) will provide support to the Peruvian Ministry of Production, the National Council for Science and Technology (CONCYTEC),and the National Institute for the... read more...
Date:
11.01.2019
According to the last statistics from INPI, the Brazilian Office closed the year 2018 with a strong increase in comparison with the year 2017 in the numbers of granted patents (+77%), registered... read more...
Date:
04.01.2019
In 2019, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is expected to be one of the biggest areas of development for many sectors and could could contribute up to $15.7 trillion to the global economy by 2030.... read more...
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