Georgian Translation of Ninth Edition of Nice Classification Released
The Georgian National Intellectual Property Center (SAKPATENTI) has published the official Georgian translation of the Ninth Edition of the International Classification of Goods and Services under the Nice Agreement.
The Georgian translation is available in print at SAKPATENTI and it contains 45 classes and 11,600 names of goods translated into Georgian.
As stated on the website, this should greatly simplify the process for registering trademarks, help judges and attorneys in infringement proceedings and contribute toward development of modern terminology.
For more information, please contact Aleksandra Pavlovic at our Macedonia office.
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