Friday, 3 August 2012

Brazil and China developing links

This week on an official visit,the Brazilian Industrial Property Office (INPI)’s President, Jorge Avila, is to sign a cooperation agreement with the Chinese Intellectual Property Office (SIPO). The Brazilian representatives will also visit Beijing representatives of the private sector and universities.

The aim of the cooperation is to encourage the use of intellectual property as a development tool. It provides for the development of a machine translation (Chinese - Portuguese – Chinese), as well as the development of collaborative tests, execution of projects in areas such as patents, traditional knowledge and genetic resources, training of examiners, discussion of best practices; and exchange of experience in intellectual property services.

Source INPI.

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