Chile will join the World Intellectual Property Organization's (WIPO) Madrid System for international trademark registrations, follwoing a parliamentary vote.
The director of Chile's National Institute of Industrial Property (INAPI), Loreto Bresky, announced on Wednesday, May 19 that the country's senate chamber had formally agreed to join the protocol.
The initiative was approved by the government's Senate Foreign Relations Comittee. The committee voted unanimously in favour of joining, with three absentees. Continue Reading