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Mexico shows robust filing figures, as services overtake goods for first time: exclusive data analysis (Blog)
Analysis: In World Trademark Review’s latest country data report, we take a look at Mexico and how brands fare in the country. We will be examining key filing statistics, the top industries and the performance of the Mexican trademark office to determine areas of opportunity and risk.
As remarkable growth of sports industry continues, exclusive data analysis reveals the key trademark trends (Blog)
Analysis: From today, World Trademark Review will be producing a new series of industry-specific data reports. We will be looking at a select industry’s performance in recent years and its outlook for the future, consider key areas of concern and opportunities, and provide insight into the trademark and brand-related activities of the leading companies in the field. We start with a deep dive into sports and sporting goods.
Analysis: In the first of a new series of country data reports from World Trademark Review, we identify the key trademark trends in the Korean market, consider where filing business is emanating from and highlight the performance of leading domestic brands.
New anti-counterfeiting best practice for landlords issued; doubts over willingness to cooperate with brand owners (Blog)
A new paper from the International Chamber of Commerce’s Business Action to Stop Counterfeiting and Piracy addresses a number of challenges that landlords face in stemming the flow of counterfeit products. It also encourages increased cooperation between landlords and brand owners. However, market experts have expressed scepticism over the prospect of landlords becoming proactive partners in the fight against fakes.
A bill in Nigeria has proposed a series of amendments to the country’s counterfeiting legislation, including life sentences for those convicted of selling certain types of counterfeit products. World Trademark Review spoke with market experts to gauge their reaction to the proposal, and found a mostly positive response.
Argentina trademark fees set to increase upwards of 50% as government attempts to curb inflation (Blog)
Brand owners wishing to protect their trademark rights in Argentina should prepare for increased costs, as the country’s IP office recently implemented a two-stage set of fee rises. The changes, which will be fully implemented from October 1, see some filing fees rise by over 50%.
New report reveals most consumers cannot identify fake food products; brand owners urged to do more (Blog)
A new report has revealed that few consumers have had personal experience with counterfeit food goods, as three-quarters admitted that they would not be able to identify such fake products. The problem is so bad that the head of the National Food Crime Unit told us that “there is little” consumers can do to protect themselves from fake food and drink products.
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