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Brazil’s New Patent Agreement Is “Real and Concrete Threat” To IP

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An agreement between Brazil’s medicines regulator, ANVISA, and the National Institute of Industrial Property, INPI, aimed at clearly defining their respective roles in the patent application process could pose a threat to the patent system, say IPR experts.

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