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Associations in Brazil have criticised plans to merge the Brazilian Patent and Trademark Office (INPI) with a quasi-private organisation, enabling financial autonomy from the government.
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INPI, Brazilian Patent and Trademark Office, mergers and acquisitions, Brazilian government, trade unions, financial autonomy