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Date:
23.08.2019
Following years of negociations with the Mexican government, Brazil has now registered “Tequila” as a geographical indication. This word may therefore no longer be used in Brazil as a... read more...
Date:
16.08.2019
EPO President António Campinos and President the National Institute of Industrial Property of Brazil (INPI) Claudio Vilat Furtado have signed a Joint Statement highlighting the will of both... read more...
Date:
07.08.2019
The World Intellectual Property Organisation, in collaboration with INSEAD and Cornell University has issued the annual Global Innovation Index. This ranking, as its title suggests, rates the... read more...
Date:
30.07.2019
Since July 22nd of this year, Chile’s Intellectual Property Office, INAPI, has made its registered design database available through Designview. This platform, run by EUIPO and free of charge,... read more...
Date:
22.07.2019
The European Patent Office (EPO) and the Argentinian National Institute of Industrial Property (INPI) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to establish a Reinforced Partnership programme... read more...
Date:
15.07.2019
The IP Key Latin American project has recognised Peru, as the most committed country to the defense of intellectual property in Latin America. According to Mr Pedro Duarte, IP Key project director... read more...
Date:
10.07.2019
On 6 August 2019 the new Decree 403/2019 will enter into force in Argentina. This Decree introduces amendments to the Argentinian Regulation of the Law of Invention Patents and Utility Models. The... read more...
Date:
04.07.2019
WIPO has just published the long-awaited accession of Brazil to the Internartional Trademark System. The Madrid Protocol will enter into force in Brazil on 2 October 2019. With this adhesion,... read more...
Date:
01.07.2019
The EU and Mercosur (Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay) have finally signed an agreement that took 20 years. This agreement establishes, among other matters: - The protection of 357... read more...
Date:
26.06.2019
INPI Brazil has introduced new rules to simplify its internal procedures for priority patent examination, meeting the demand of the productive sector. For that purpose, these implemented... read more...
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