- CHINA: to commit in the “exchange of information, views and information about the latest developments of the IP system and important issues of common interest, such as traditional knowledge and issues related to genetic resources, among others.”
- MEXICO: to create “greater cooperation at the level of experts in science and technology as well as training opportunities for both institutions.”
- DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: to expand “studies and research projects on topics of common interest”. Also they are looking to “promote the use of intellectual property records”; among other matters.
Encouraging scientific, technical progress and activities which result from cooperation between countries (in this case their national institutes of intellectual property) has indeed reciprocal advantages. Mutual cooperation agreements prepare and develop not only the IP system but also the economy of a country as well as enforce alliance among nations.