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Trademarks Under The North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta), With References To The Current Mexican Law, Roberto Rosas Jan 2014

Trademarks Under The North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta), With References To The Current Mexican Law, Roberto Rosas

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The introduction of Mexico into the international trademark arena may significantly influence the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement (“NAFTA”). NAFTA established a reliable and efficient system for trademark registration and protection. This system not only protects owners of trademarks, but also helps consumers identify and purchase goods or services that meet their needs.

Despite its membership in NAFTA, Mexico is in the process of internationalizing its Intellectual Property protections. It is evident that among countries, economic improvement is generally the main motivation to form Free Trade Agreements, and Mexico's case is no different. Mexico has pursued ...