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Major changes to IP law in Canada are expected, lawyers say, after the country announced this week that officials have agreed on a complete text of a free trade agreement with the EU, allowing translation and final legal review to begin.
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Canada; EU; trade agreement; geographical indications; pharmaceuticals; biologics