TURKEY: 40% REDUCTION OF FEES FOR THE DESIGNATION OF TURKEY IN INTERNATIONAL TRADEMARK APPLICATIONS! – Intellectual property


India: TURKEY: 40% REDUCTION OF FEES FOR THE DESIGNATION OF TURKEY IN INTERNATIONAL TRADEMARK APPLICATIONS!

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The Director General of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), in accordance with Rule 35(2)(d) of the Madrid Protocol Regulations, recently announced a fee reduction of approximately 40%the individual fee due for the designation of Turkey in an international application and for the renewal of an international registration in which Turkey has been designated.

The revised fee structure is as follows:











Items Rising
(in Swiss francs or in CHF)
Until March 14, 2022 From March 15, 2022
Application or subsequent designation for a class of goods or services 59 35
Application or subsequent designation for each additional class 12 7
Renewal 58 34

The new amount will be payable in the following scenarios:

  1. When designating Turkey in an international application.

  2. Upon subsequent designation of Turkey in an international application.

  3. When renewing an international registration in which Turkey has been designated.

The official notice published by WIPO can be accessed by clicking here.

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