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Eco marks face risks in green growth

Peter Ollier, Hong Kong

The boom in green trade marks could backfire on brand owners, an investigation in Australia has shown

A study by the trade marks group of Australian IP firm Griffith Hack suggests that the dramatic increase in applications for green trade marks is leading to a situation where these kinds of marks are no longer distinctive.

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