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April #198

Top 10 news

  • Congress officials trained in IP

    The Peruvian IP Office will work with all Congress officials and collaborators on Intellectual Property and innovation issues. Read more

  • Investor's Guide in Spanish and German

    With the aim of continuing strengthening German-oriented investments, the third edition of the Investor's Guide 2017-2018 was presented.  Read more

  • Supermarket chain sanctioned for violating food labeling law

    A Court of Appeals rejected a complaint presented by Chilean supermarket chain Unimarc against a resolution issued by the Regional Ministry of... Read more

  • Investigations Police carries seizure against Calvin Klein counterfeiting

    A person was detained for infringing Law No. 17.336 on Intellectual Property by keeping on a warehouse more than 71,500 counterfeited products shipped... Read more

  • Paraguayan Congress begins working on a law for Audiovisual Promotion

    A draft law for Audiovisual Promotion is already under analyze by the Congress. According to authorities the country’s cinema industry... Read more

  • Nicaragua celebrates port security

    During the V Seminar on Maritime Port Security, authorities highlighted the country´s global performance in port quality standards and... Read more

  • Prevenir protects its trademark through Vera Abogados

    The Council of State rejected a trademark annulment claimed by Porvenir S.A. arguing that the Superintendence of Industry and Commerce had... Read more

  • Panama-China FTA, one step closer

    With frequent negotiations, the two sides agreed on all the contents of a feasible study report, marking the completion of the joint feasible study. Read more

  • Costa Rica and Panama advance in customs and security cooperation

    The two countries strengthened bilateral policies signing several agreements and announcing advances on the construction of the Sixaola... Read more

  • Innovative engraving technique created by Costa Rican researcher

    The National Registry of Intellectual Property granted the University of Costa Rica a patent on a new engraving technique, developed at the Faculty of... Read more