Italian government launches multi-million euro allowance to support ‘historical trademarks’

The Italian Patent and Trademark Office has launched a tender for granting funds to support the “revival and economic exploitation” of Italian brands deemed to “represent a piece of history”. One commentator tells World Trademark Review that the move is “significant”, but questions whether certain parts of the fund will be necessary for companies that have been trading for over 50 years.

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