Andean IP changes allow Peru to sign US FTA
The four-member Andean Community of Nations has voted 3-1 to approve changes to its IP regime, in a move that will allow Peru to pass its own IP law
Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru supported the modifications in the vote on August 14, while Bolivia opposed them.
The new law, Andean Community Decision 689, amends Andean Community Decision 486, which forms the basis for the IP regime in the member...
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