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The 2013 Patent Survey

Issued: March 01 2013

As patent lawyers in some Asian jurisdictions are learning to work with amended patent laws, others hope for revised laws to take root. Lawyers from around the region help Asia IP explain what’s new in the region. Johnny Chan, Anna Zhang and Gregory Glass report.

 

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