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January #229

Top 10 news

  • Mexican actor prevails over undue use of its image

    The National Supreme Court of Justice protected Gael García Bernal in his lawsuit against Diageo México, which will allow the Mexican actor to... Read more

  • Masters of plastic recycling!

    Costa Rica entered the Guinness World Records while surpassing India as the country to gather more tons of plastic in the least amount of time. Read more

  • Car Center International prevails in trademark opposition

    The Colombian IP Office refused the trademark registration of Car Center Autostyle, on the grounds of likelihood of confusion with the trademark Car... Read more

  • Grounds of non-registrability for Bimbo application

    The Superintendence of Industry and Commerce denied the registration of the trademark “Arepas más ricas” as it refers to a common product offered... Read more

  • Bolivia will be part of the world's premium wine museum

    Bodegas Kohlberg, one of the country's most important wineries, has announced that it has been selected to be part of a temporary exhibition at La... Read more

  • Denmark and Uruguay: leaders in wind power generation

    According to a report by the consultancy firm SEG Ingeniería, Uruguay ranks second in the world among the countries with the highest share of wind... Read more

  • Café Maya, a new brand joining Honduras Country Brand

    Café Maya, an Honduran high-quality coffee brand founded in 1956, is the latest company to work with Hondura’s Country Brand “Somos para ti”. Read more

  • IMPI carried out another destruction of merchandise

    More than 4 million products were seized in contentious proceedings or held in different customs points throughout the country for infringing... Read more

  • Peru joins Beijing and Singapore Treaties

    Peru give a major stpe for trademark holders and the audiovisual industry during the 2018 Assemblies of the Member States of WIPO. Read more

  • In WIPO, Paraguay highlights its policies on the orange economy

    During the 2018 WIPO Assemblies, the government described the orange economy as one of the keys to the country’s future development. Read more