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Amendments to Mexico’s industrial property law published

Patrick Wingrove, London

The amendments will give protection to new trade mark types, such as sound and smell, colour combinations and holographic signs

Amendments that seek to modernise and standardise Mexico’s industrial property law were published last week.

The Amendment Bill, which was published in the Federal Official Gazette on May 18, is expected to come into force by August 10 2018.

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