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News article16 August 20221 min read

Peru deposits its accession to 5 WIPO treaties: Locarno, Nice, Strasbourg, Vienna and Lisbon Agreements

As previously mentioned, on 18 July the Republic of Peru deposited before WIPO their accession and ratification to the following Agreements:

- Locarno Agreement, that establishes a classification for industrial designs 

- Nice Agreement, establishing a classification of goods and services for the purposes of registering trademarks and service marks

- Strasbourg Agreement, which establishes the International Patent Classificaiton (IPC), and divides technology into eight sections with approximately 80,000 subdivisions.

- Vienna Agreement that establishes a classification (the Vienna Classification) for marks that consist of, or contain, figurative elements.

- The Geneva Act of the Lisbon Agreement. This instrument provides for the international protection of appellations of origin and geographical indications through a single procedure with WIPO

These 5 Agreements will enter into force in Peru on 18 October 2022.

To read more, please refer to WIPO's website.


Publication date
16 August 2022