Croissance de l’industrie informatique au Mexique

computing-industryIl y a une croissance de l’industrie de l’informatique mexicaine dans de nombreux domaines. Salomon Garza Castro analyse les aspects de la croissance relatives à la propriété intellectuelle commençant par une disproportion des demandes de brevet et des brevets délivrés au Mexique, ce qu’il explique par le fait que les programmes informatiques ne sont pas considérés en tant qu’inventions selon le droit de la propriété industrielle.

Le nombre de demandes de brevet et de brevets délivrés au Mexique concernant le domaine de l’informatique n’est pas égal au nombre des développements totales appliqués. D’autre part, le nombre de demandes de brevet déposées et des brevets délivrés au Mexique a considérablement augmenté et cette tendance continue, ce qui pourrait stimuler de  futures modifications et optimisations de la loi sur la propriété industrielle.


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