India accedes to Madrid Protocol on trademarks

India has acceded to Madrid Protocol which allows Indian companies to register their trademarks in 89 countries by filing a single application

Written by Dr Satish Narula | New Delhi | Published: April 27, 2013 4:19:01 am

India has acceded to Madrid Protocol which allows Indian companies to register their trademarks in 89 countries by filing a single application,said Saurabh Chandra,secretary,department of industrial policy and promotion at a function here.

He added that India also made a breakthrough in the field of intellectual property (IP) by issuing the first compulsory license and not permitting evergreening. The function was organised by Ficci to celebrate World IP Day.

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