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Busy week of MIP events! #GlobalPatentForum tomorrow (Palo Alto) & Thur (Chicago) #IPStrategyForum2017 Weds (London… https://t.co/nyW2gTKPTz

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Emerging markets file more patents than the west https://t.co/FkQVfMMKyk via @FT (£)

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