According to the Directorate General of Intellectual Property (DGIP) of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights , the number of intellectual property (IP) applications in Indonesia is among the top ten highest among developing countries members of the world intellectual property organization (WIPO). Razilu, Acting Director General of Intellectual Property at the Ministry of Law and Human Rights, stated that Indonesia ranks first among WIPO members with middle income in terms of trademark registration. In addition, among WIPO members, Indonesia ranks in the top ten in terms of simple patent registration.
According to WIPO 2021 annual report statistical data, released at the end of 2022, the number of Indonesian Trademark applications ranks second, with 127,142 applications. Mexico leads with 199,389 applications. At the same time, Vietnam had 113,079 applications, Argentina 85,844, Ukraine 71,234, Philippines 64,946, Colombia 55,606, Pakistan 51,325, Peru 42,605, and South Africa 39,863.
Indonesia ranks tenth among WIPO member intellectual property offices in terms of simple patent applications, with a total of 3,249 applications. China 2,852,219 people, Germany 10,576, Russia 9,079, Australia 7,844, Japan 5,238, Turkey 4,490, Ukraine 4,425, South Korea 4,009, and Thailand 3,762. Read more