Last month, on May 19, Chile approved a bill accepting the adhesion to the Madrid Protocol. The country’s accession to the Protocol, once it joins, will make it the sixth Latin American member of the International Trademark System. Chile, the fifth largest economy in the region, will follow Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, Mexico and Trinidad & Tobago which can be protected through an international trademark. Another possible choice alongside the 124 countries already available.
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Chile’s accession to the International Trademark System
3 September 2021
Baselworld – 2021 Geneva Watch Days
31 August 2021
On-going consultation on the review of the Ordinance to the Federal Act on Data Protection
20 August 2021