Tuesday, 30 November 2010
IP in Chile: now the story is told!
If you were looking for an original Christmas present for a friend or colleague this year, it would have been perfect if you could have bought for them the lovely Historia Gráfica de la Propiedad Industrial en Chile. According to the accompanying press release from INAPI the book covers in pictures the history of Industrial Property in Chile. Further details are available here or from Diego Ponce G.(Communications, National Institute of Industrial Property, here).
Under Chilean law, public entities may not sell their publications -- though they can give them away, which is why copies of this title will be donated to public libraries in Chile. It's a long way to go if you want to read the book (or steal it, if you had your heart set on giving it as a Christmas present), so IP Tango hopes that copies will find their way to all who love IP and are interested in Chile's contribution to the field.
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