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Has the PCT hit a plateau?


Simon Crompton talks to WIPO’s Carsten Fink about the future of the PCT system

As our annual PCT Survey and WIPO's filing statistics show, the Patent Cooperation Treaty continues to be a success. The number of filings, applicants and national phase entries were all up in 2012. Applications in particular grew by a very...


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