WIPO pilot projects on collaborative search and examination
06 January 2012
The IP Federation has issued a statement in support of the WIPO pilot projects on collaborative search and examination. The Federation is fully in support of the projects and looks forward to the completion of the second pilot project. The paper includes some further comments on how we should like the system to be implemented.
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