Mexico does not apply the following Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) provisions on priority rights restoration that were enacted in 2007: the “effect of restoration of right of priority by receiving office” (rule 49ter.1) and the “restoration of right of priority by designated office” (rule 49ter.2).
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