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What will become of Australia’s innovation patent system?

Karry Lai, Hong Kong


Abolition of Australia’s innovation patent system is still possible but potential options to improve it are also not ruled out

Following the Australia’s Productivity Commission’s inquiry into IP arrangements last year and the government’s consultation on innovation patents, IP Australia has decided to undertake further industry consultation targeted at better understanding the needs of innovative SMEs before deciding whether to...


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