NEWS on International Designs: CANADA can now be designated
On 5 November 2018, Canada became a contracting party to the Hague Agreement. As of this day, the users of Hague System are newly allowed to designate Canada in their international design application.
In the international design application, the applicant can name all countries that are parties to the Hague Agreement. The total number of contracting parties is now 70, including Germany, United States of America, United Kingdom, Russian Federation, BENELUX countries, Switzerland etc.
For the whole list of contracting parties, please click here.
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