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June #204

Top 10 news

  • Costa Rica will boost the development of the cruise industry

    The Florida Caribbean Cruise Association will offer its assessment to help the country position itself as a top cruise destination.  Read more

  • Publishers and editors reject bill for possible copyright infringement

    The two most representative associations of the publishing and editing industries publicly expressed their rejection of a new law on intermediary... Read more

  • Girls in Tech in Bolivia

    The global non-profit focused on the engagement of women through technology, organized a contest between universities of Santa Cruz de la Sierra... Read more

  • Electronic signature will benefit Bolivian importers

    The National Customs will begin to implement the electronic signature for Bolivian importers in an effort to modernize and facilitate foreign trade... Read more

  • SIC grants trademarks to South American football association

    The Superintendence of Industry and Commerce granted the trademark registrations CONMEBOL; #futboldesde1916 and CONMEBOL, CREE EN GRANDE. Read more

  • Authorities seize 11,500 counterfeited products of the Peruvian national team

    A specialized office against IP crimes carried out an operation in Gamarra, one of the largest clothing informal markets ofLatin America. Read more

  • Diamond segmented tie

    The United States Patent and Trademark Office published patent number D814741, titled Diamond Segmented Tie prosecuted by Ferraiuoli. Read more

  • El Salvador triples exports of specialty coffee

    During the 2016-2017 harvest 27.1 million quintals of gold coffee were produced throughout the country in the so-called African drying beds, which... Read more

  • Markets trust generate increase exports for Costa Rica

    The confidence from international markets and the expansion of promotion platforms impulsed exports growth of 8% during the first quarter of 2018. Read more

  • Mass destruction of counterfeited products

    The National Directorate of Intellectual Property destroyed computer and electronic products with a total market value of over USD 2 million.  Read more