Libya — trademarks update
In an article entitled ‘The IMF releases its latest world economic forecasts — Libya good in short term, but needs reform in long term’, the Libya Herald reported on 16 April 2013 that ‘the IMF confirmed its forecasts on Libya of 20.2 per cent GDP growth in real terms for 2013’.
With significant growth in Libya expected this year, it is anticipated that brand owners will have to revisit their trademark protection strategies for this growing North African economy sooner rather than later.
As widely reported, the Libyan Trademarks Office recently resumed its services and is now accepting requests for trademark searches, as well as new trademark applications after being closed for almost two years…
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