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August #140

Top 10 news

  • The Hong Kong Trade Development Council boosts Mexican innovators

    A working meeting between IMPI and HKTDC took place for promoting the BIP Asia Forum 2016 among Mexican businessmen, academics and inventors. Read more

  • The most important investment in Uruguayan history

    The Finnish pulp and paper company UPM is planning to build its second plant in Uruguay. It will be the country’s third cellulose plant and will... Read more

  • Competition Law in Guatemala

    The Central American Institute for Fiscal Studies warned that the recently proposed Competition Law does not regulate the existing monopolies and... Read more

  • Unauthorized reproduction of Rocío plant variety

    Spanish company Royal Berries S.L. successfully responded against the unauthorized reproduction of its protected plant variety Rocío. Read more

  • Ferraiuoli, an INTA classic

    The Puerto Rican firm offered its traditional cocktail at the International Trademark Association (INTA) Annual Meeting, bringing even more sun to... Read more

  • Fifth patent virtual course

    More than 70 teachers and students from the Franz Tamayo Universit have signed up for the 5th Patent Virtual Course that the National Intellectual... Read more

  • Streaming caused Argentinian music industry to grow nearly 35%

    The Global Music Report of the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry states that total industry revenues increased last year 3.2% to... Read more

  • Free and specified advice on copyright

    The National Institute for Defence of Competition and Protection of Intellectual Property has made available a free and specialized platform of... Read more

  • CNR keeps position in delivery of official information

    Between 2012 and 2016 the National Bureau of Registries received a total of 1,779 requests for information, an annual average of 445 data... Read more

  • NFL stars promote crime prevention in Guatemala

    Former stars of the National Football League (NFL) as Clinton Portis, Akin Ayodele, Ramses Barden and Kenderick Allen visited Guatemala on June 18... Read more