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The director general of Spain’s Patent and Trademark Office has supported the government’s decision to opt out of the unitary patent and said that EU member states will be forced to reflect on the importance of the Spanish language and technology.
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Patricia Garcia-Escudero; Spanish Patent and Trademark Office; UPC; unitary patent