Is Cambodia a member of the Paris Convention, the Madrid System? The Madrid System is a convenient and cost-effective solution for registering and managing trademark worldwide.
What is the Paris Convention? The Paris Convention, adopted in 1883, applies to industrial property in the widest sense, including patents, trademarks, industrial designs, utility models, service marks, trade names, geographical indications and the repression of unfair competition. This international agreement was the first major step taken to help creators ensure that their intellectual works were protected in other countries.
What is the Madrid System
The Madrid System is a convenient and cost-effective solution for registering and managing trademark worldwide. The Madrid System provides for a single application and payment of one set of fees to apply for international registration of trademarks in up to 117 countries. It also permissible to modify, renew or expand your global trademark portfolio through one centralized system.
Cambodia is member state of the Paris Convention and the Madrid System:
Cambodia became the 95th member of the Madrid System. The Protocol enters into force, with respect to Cambodia, on June 5, 2015. With this accession, the Madrid System provides Cambodian brand owners the potential to protect their products through one international application covering more than 110 countries.
The Paris Convention as revised will enter into force, with respect to the Kingdom off Cambodia, on September 22, 1998. On that date, the Kingdom of Cambodia also became a member of the International Union for the Protection of Industrial Property, founded by the Paris Convention.
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