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With new trademark regulations coming into force, more robust protection for industrial designs, and recognition of geographical indications, the IP situation in Mexico looks healthy for businesses and legal practitioners alike. WIPR spoke to Enrique Diaz of Goodrich Riquelme y Asociados to find out more.
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Enrique Diaz, Goodrich Riquelme y Asociados, trademark, industrial designs, geographical indications, Mexico