Panama and its Importance for the International Protection of Trademarks
The Republic of Panama, using Law No. 35 of May 10, 1996 as a basis, continues making its best efforts to provide the highest possible protection to Intellectual Property, both in the territory of the Republic of Panama as well as also cooperating with the owners of intellectual property rights. Cooperation by means of the firm application of highly effective border measures, which on a regular basis inflict hard blows to those organizations that profit from counterfeit and piracy of marks.
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