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Greece (finally) joins TM View
OHIM has issued a press release announcing that, as of today, the Greek Trademark Office has joined the TM View platform, adding some 230.000 marks to the database. Oddly (and sadly) enough, the website of the Greek TM Office does not seem to include any relevant news piece - to be frank however this blogger may not have searched too much for it.

This is no doubt positive news, although Class46 readers who will try to 'test' the accuracy of the data involving the Greek TM Office in TM View will not disregard the little comment on the TMs data sheet that "Some data is subject to a quality improvement process.". Nevertheless, Greece closes the circle of EU TM Offices included in the TM View platform and certainly raises our hopes of further improvement for the Office's functions.

Posted by: Nikos Prentoulis @ 11.45
Tags: Greece, Greek TM Office, GGE, DCIP, TM View, trademark database,
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