Why Mexico didn’t sign ACTA
Mexico’s failure to sign the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement last week could have been avoided, said José Rodrigo Roque-Díaz, the new head of the country’s IP Office
Representatives from eight countries signed ACTA on Saturday. Despite being involved in the negotiations, EU, Mexico and Switzerland did not takepart.
Roque’s predecessor as head of the Mexican Industrial Property Institute (IMPI), Jorge Amigo, who is now vice chairman at...
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