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EPO begins search for new president

Emma Barraclough, London

Alison Brimelow, president of the EPO, will not stand for a second term after her three-year contract expires at the end of June 2010

A spokesman for the EPO said that she had emailed her decision not to seek a renewal of her contract to the staff at the IP office.

Member states will now begin the process of recruiting a successor.

Jesper Kongstad,...

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