India’s adoption of the international protocol for trade marks will reassure the country’s potential investors
India acceded to the Madrid Protocol for the International Registration of Trademarks on 8 April 2013 and it came into force on 8 July. It is widely seen as a marker of economies that have arrived.
For businesses, particularly firms considering investing in India, the protocol should have a significant impact. It will help to underpin a strong system of IP governance in India and is potentially one of the most significant developments in Indian trademark law.
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