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Byline: RECORDER REPORT
Pakistan Intellectual Property Rights Association (PIPRA), the leading association of Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys of Pakistan said on Sunday that "Pakistan's contemplation to join Madrid System of Registration (MSR) of Trade Marks is neither in national interest nor it coincides with the policy being taken at international trade negotiations along with other developing countries like Brazil and China to deter foreign influence in local markets".
This was stated by Khawaja Mansoor, Chairman, PIPRA here on Sunday. He said that the Madrid System for the registration of trade marks is based on two international treaties, viz the Madrid …