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  • Costa Rica provides new business opportunities for the United Kingdom

    Central America and the UK announced the signing of an agreement that will take effect if the UK leaves the European Union with no deal. Read more

  • USPTO denies Tom Brady's trademark application

    The United States Patent and Trademark Office has denied the New England Patriots quarterback attempt to trademark the nickname Tom Terrific. Read more

  • Supporting SMEs through the World Bank

    As a result of a development program funded by the World Bank, the University of the Autonomous Regions of the Nicaraguan Caribbean Coast has opened... Read more

  • A new opportunity for strengthening commercial ties with China

    From November 5 to 10, 2019, the city of Shanghai, China, will host the second China International Import Expo (CIIE), a trade fair held annually... Read more

  • British Embassy delegation urges approval of UK-Honduras trade agreement

    The new treaty replicates the existing European Union-Central America Association Agreement, ensuring that trade between the UK and Central America... Read more

  • Mexican company granted patent for first 100% lactose free milk

    The Mexican Institute of Industrial Property granted to dairy company Grupo Lala the first patent related to the process used on all its lactose... Read more

  • Financial instruments to promote the registration of Peruvian patents

    They will be aimed at increasing the protection of national IP, enhancing the possibilities of commercialization of technologies developed in the... Read more

  • Peru houses 36% of the world's most luxurious brands

     97 of the 267 luxury brands with the largest presence in the world are in the country. Cosmetics, clothing and footwear carry the lead.  Read more

  • New online money transfer in Nicaragua

    SmartMoney, an online payment application created by a local bank, has helped towards financial inclusion in Nicaragua. Read more

  • Honduras will reach 8 thousand trademark applications in 2019

    86 percent of the filings are from foreign applicants. Over a thousand applications are rejected because they do not meet filing requirements or... Read more