Peru And El Salvador Will Strengthen Intellectual Property


INDECOPI of Peru and the National Registry Center (CNR) of El Salvador signed a Memorandum of Understanding to strengthen the use and respect of intellectual property for the benefit of national creators and inventors.

“The President of the National Institute for the Defense of Competitions and the Protection of Intellectual Property (Indecopi), Ivo Gagliuffi Piercechi, and the Executive Director of the CNR, Rogelio A. Canales, signed the agreement”, informed today Andina News Agency.

Both authorities entered into the first approach to finalize this document, during the 58th series of meetings of the Assembly of the Member States of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), held a few days ago, the media explained.

Within the framework of this agreement, both institutions will implement joint policies that strengthen the work of promoting and respecting intellectual property for the benefit of Peruvian and Salvadoran creators and inventors.

In addition, they will train professionals from both entities and establish cooperation and technical assistance and promotion mechanisms in all areas of intellectual property, as well as International Protection Systems.

The 58th series of meetings of the WIPO discussed and exposed the progress made by each country in terms of intellectual property as a tool for economic growth.

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