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Tuesday, 22 July 2014
Now Thailand, Vietnam and the UAE avail themselves of Berne Appendix
recorded the renewal by Yemen of its declaration relating to the renewal of its facility to take advantage of Articles II and III of the Appendix to the Berne Convention's Paris Act of 1971. A week later, from Berne Notification No.264, we learn from WIPO that Thailand has declared that it is renewing its decision to avail itself of Article II for a further decade. That's not all: Vietnam has renewed its Article II and Article III rights according to Berne Notification No.265, as have the United Arab Emirates -- apparently one of the world's richer jurisdictions -- under Berne Notification No.266.
Labels: 1971 Appendix, Berne Convention
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