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Myanmar's new trademark law leaves brand owners in the dark

Karry Lai, Hong Kong

From creating an IP office to dealing with transitional issues for existing trademarks, starting from scratch is no easy task


Myanmar’s much-anticipated new trademark law was approved at the end of January 2019 and will become effective at a later – currently unspecified – date. Yet many questions remain for brand owners on the implementation and interpretation of the new...

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