Uruguay ratifies the Singapore Treaty

Uruguay has ratified the Singapore Treaty on the Law of Trademarks. From April 21st, Uruguay will become the 51st Member to this treaty.

With this ratification, Uruguay becomes the second member to the Singapore Treaty from Latin America, after Peru.

The objective of the Singapore Treaty is to create a modern and dynamic international framework for the harmonization of administrative trade mark registration procedures. 

To read more, please be referred to WIPO's website.

For more information in Spanish, please be referred to MIEM's website.

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