Trade Mark Amendment Act moves Thailand towards international harmonisation
Thailand’s intellectual property law has taken a big step towards harmonising its trade mark protection procedures with international practices.
The Trade Mark Amendment Act (in Thai) provides for international trade mark registration under the Madrid System. The Act came into force on July 28, with the separate Royal Decree confirming its accession to the Madrid System expected to be issued later in...
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