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US to push for standardisation at IP5

James Nurton, New York

The US will recommend "dramatic acceleration" of standardisation projects at this week’s meeting of the five largest IP offices in Beijing

Speaking at the Fordham IP Conference last week, USPTO Director David Kappos – who is taking part in the IP5 meeting later this week – said: "We can make progress on standardisation."

At their meeting in October 2008, the...

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