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  • Peru protects the dragon's blood from being patented

    An international company withdraw 25 patent applications related to the bright red resin that is obtained from number of distinct tres native to... Read more

  • A trademark symbol for a country

    The government of Honduras presented the "Great Institute Honduran Brand Ambassador" contest, that will name a public or private institute... Read more

  • Central America and South Korea, good to go

    The National Assembly of Nicaragua ratified on 13 September, 2018, the free trade agreement between South Korea and Central America. Read more

  • Chanel continues to protect its double-C monogram

    In a new effort to protect its trademark CC logo, the French luxury fashion brand filed a trademark infringement claim in a Colorado Court against a... Read more

  • Fintechs and the protection of their intangible assets

    Between October 2017 and May 2018 the number of Fintechs, companies that promote innovations in the financial markets through the intensive use of... Read more

  • Paraguay building up as a rice productor power

    Egon Neufeld, president of the 44th edition of the Trébol exhibition fair, predicted that in a decade Paraguay may be the largest rice exporter in... Read more

  • New regulation of Public Interest Associations (PIAs)

    The recent Law 39 of August 8, 2018 contemplates a new regulation for the creation of Public Interest Associations. Read more

  • Collective knowledge protection

    In the first half the year, the Peruvian IP Office has granted 364 collective knowledge registration titles to eight native communities. Read more

  • AFRA, gaining success through women

    Although the firm has no special hiring policies for women, almost 40% of its partners are women. "They are an essential part of our... Read more

  • Public procurement for the development of the national industry

    Argentina’s government put into effect the Buy Argentine Law, approved on April 2018 by the Senate.
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