IP highlights — March 2014: latest stories and IP news from south-east Europe
In the ever-developing and ever-changing world of intellectual property (IP), new and exciting projects are never in short supply. This brief overview covers some of the burning topics in south-east Europe from this exciting and innovative field.
It seems that the promotional efforts of the Intellectual Property Office of Serbia have been effective. According to statistics from the office for 2013, the number of trademark applications increased by 40 per cent, the number of patent applications increased by five per cent and industrial design applications increased by 42 per cent compared with last year…
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