Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property, 1883
Convention de Paris pour la protection de la propriété industrielle, 1883
1883-03-20 Paris France
20 Mar 1883, Paris (France). Revised: 14 Dec 1900, Brussels (Belgium); 2 Jun 1911, Washington DC (USA); 6 Nov 1925, The Hague (Netherlands); 2 Jun 1934, London (UK); 31 Oct 1958, Lisbon (Portugal); 1967, Stockholm (Sweden). Amended in 1979. Also referred to as Convention for the protection of industrial property, 1883 and Convention d'Union de Paris pour la protection de la propriété industrielle, 1883.
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