- AGCO Ltd
- ARM Ltd
- AstraZeneca plc
- Babcock International Ltd
- BAE Systems plc
- BP p.l.c.
- British Telecommunications plc
- British-American Tobacco Co Ltd
- BTG plc
- Caterpillar U.K. Ltd
- Dyson Technology Ltd
- Eli Lilly & Company Ltd
- Ericsson Limited
- ExxonMobil Chemical Europe Inc
- Ford of Europe
- GE Healthcare
- GKN plc
- GlaxoSmithKline plc
- Glory Global Solutions Ltd
- HP Inc UK Limited
- IBM UK Ltd
- Infineum UK Ltd
- Johnson Matthey PLC
- Merck Sharp & Dohme Ltd
- Nokia Technologies (UK) Limited
- Pfizer Ltd
- Philips Electronics UK Limited
- Pilkington Group Ltd
- Procter & Gamble Ltd
- Renishaw plc
- Rolls-Royce plc
- Shell International Ltd
- Smith & Nephew
- Syngenta Ltd
- The Linde Group Limited
- UCB Pharma plc
- Unilever plc
- Vectura Limited
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The IP Federation policy position on Brexit is as follows: Certainty is paramount to industry. All accrued and pending intellectual property rights must be preserved in the...
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The IP Federation policy position on Brexit is as follows:
Certainty is paramount to industry.
All accrued and pending intellectual property rights must be preserved in the UK post-Brexit....
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