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India’s trademark registry announces new rules and increases filing fees

India’s Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) has ratified new trademark registry rules and published new fees for trademark-related work. Among the changes are a 125% increase in fees for filing a trademark application in one class – up from Rs4,000 (approximately $60) to Rs9,000 ($135).

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