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Five years of the Cooperation Fund

By Ruth McDonald

Five years after its inception, the Cooperation Fund has helped to transform the IP landscape in the European Union, providing state-of-the-art IT tools and services in national and regional EU IP offices

With a couple of clicks, a trademark application is filed in Sofia; while in Riga a representative arranges a change of address online at the Latvian Patent Office. A student in Greece looks up French design examples for a university project; while in Lisbon, a small business owner learns about intellectual property in her own language.

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