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Thailand Paves Way to Madrid

Issued: October 01 2012
Thailand is amending its trademark, patent and copyright laws to meet the Madrid Protocol and international standards. IP lawyers tell Johnny Chan about the new trademark and copyright bills, as well as patent office changes and challenges.

 

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