Chile joins TMclass

ChileAs of 25 November 2019, the National Institute of Industrial Property Office of Chile (INAPI) has joined TMclass with the latest version of the Nice classification.

The addition of INAPI brings the total number of national and regional IP offices, including ARIPO, OAPI, WIPO and EUIPO, involved in the tool to 77.

TMclass offers users the opportunity to search and translate goods and services to and from each of the 44 available languages.

The integration of INAPI into TMclass is a concrete result of the IP Key Latin America programme directed by the European Commission and executed by the EUIPO.

TMclass helps its users search for and classify Goods and Services (terms) needed to apply for trade mark protection. Users can also translate a list of Goods and Services and verify if those terms appear in the classification databases of the Participating Offices.

Source: European Union Intellectual Property Office

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