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A guide to patents in Southeast Asia


Registering and enforcing patent rights in the ASEAN region can be challenging. Patent practitioners from three of the largest jurisdictions discuss the latest developments

Dave Wyatt: In terms of the administrative process, patent applicants are well-served by MyIPO these days, following its corporatisation in 2003. The formalities of the application and grant process are generally handled efficiently and expeditiously. The main obstacles for foreign...


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