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Finland says yes to English

Emma Barraclough, London


From tomorrow, the Finnish IP office will accept patent applications drafted in English as well as those in Finnish and Swedish

The National Board of Patents and Registration of Finland says that the change is designed to make the patenting process more efficient for Finnish companies who want to protect their inventions abroad.

"About 30% of first filings by Finnish companies...


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