Scope Of The Locarno Agreement Establishing An International Classification For Industrial Designs, Signed On October 8, 1968, Amended On October 2, 1979

Original Language Title: Geltungsbereich des Abkommens von Locarno zur Errichtung einer Internationalen Klassifikation für gewerbliche Muster und Modelle, unterzeichnet am 8. Oktober 1968, geändert am 2. Oktober 1979

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127. Presentation by the Federal Minister of Arts and Culture, Constitution and Civil Service concerning the scope of the Locarno Agreement for the establishment of an International Classification of Industrial Designs and Models, signed on 8 March 2008. October 1968, amended on 2 October 1979

According to the Communications of the Director-General of the World Intellectual Property Organization, the following countries have ratified their instruments of ratification or ratification. Instruments of accession to the Locarno Agreement establishing an International Classification of Industrial Designs and Models, signed on 8 March 2008. October 1968, amended on 2 October 1979 (BGBl. No 496/1990, last proclamation of the BGBl area. III No 175/1997),

States:

Date of deposit of the instruments of ratification. Certificate of Accession:

Argentina

9 February 2009

Armenia

13. April 2007

Azerbaijan

14 July 2003

Belarus

24 April 1998

Belgium

23 March 2004

Bulgaria

27 November 2000

Greece

4 June 1999

Japan

24 June 2014

Kazakhstan

7 August 2002

Kyrgyzstan

10 September 1998

Korea, Republic of

17. January 2011

Cuba 1

9 July 1998

Latvia

14. January 2005

Mexico

26 October 2000

Mongolia

16 March 2001

Poland

22 October 2013

Romania

31 March 1998

Turkey

31 August 1998

Turkmenistan

7 March 2006

Ukraine

7 April 2009

Uruguay

19 October 1999

Uzbekistan

19 April 2006

The following states have declared that they should continue to be bound by the agreement:

States:

with effect from:

Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, now Serbia

27 April 1992

Montenegro

3 June 2006

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