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Jordan joins TMview and DesignView

Maricel (Apr 24, 2018)

As of 23 April 2018 The Jordanian Industrial Property Protection Directorate under The Ministry of Industry, Trade and Supply (IPPD) has made its trade mark and design data available to the TMview and DesignView search tools.

The integration of IPPD is a concrete result of the International Cooperation programme managed by EUIPO in collaboration with its international partners.

With IPPD on board TMview now contains data from 64 participating offices and DesignView from 64 offices.

With the addition of more than 146.000 trade marks from IPPD now TMview provides information and access to more than 49,1 million trade marks in total. DesignView now contains more than 13,5 million designs, including more than 2100 from IPPD. 

Since the introduction of TMview on 13 April 2010 the tool has served more than 41,5 million searches from 160 different countries, with Spain, Germany and Italy among the most frequent users. As to DesignView it went live on 19 November 2012 and has since then served more than 3,5 million searches from 161 different countries, with users from Germany, the UK and Spain among the most frequent users.

You can find out more at www.tmdn.org

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