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Trademark filings are an important economic indicator. The prosecution data in this section provides insight into regional and jurisdictional prosecution trends from around the globe, as well as revealing who the top trademark filers and portfolio owners are.
The United Kingdom saw a disproportionately large number of trademark filings this May-August 2022, according to data published by Fovea IP. The data also shows a strong preference for local markets among North American and European applicants - among other insights.
Application numbers have continued to fall at major North American and European trademark registries this year. But the rate of decline could be slowing, new data suggests.
The latest WTR register tracker examines filing trends in the United States, Canada, the EUIPO, the United Kingdom, France and Germany between September and December 2021.
The latest data reveals that filings are down, particularly domestic applications.
The first of a new series reveals the key data points of major registers across Europe and North America.
Chinese companies favour Western markets for filings abroad, according to data published by Fovea IP. However, domestic activity still takes precedence.
Filing activity has continued to fall at every major Asian register this year, as data reveals a shifting focus away from international filings by Chinese applicants.
The latest WTR register tracker examines filing trends in China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Singapore and South Korea between September and December 2021.
Major Asia markets are faring better than Europe and North America from a trademark filings perspective.
China dominates this landscape with local brand owners active at home and in neighbouring countries.
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