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If you are considering exporting to Singapore check out our tips on protecting your #IP

You can register intellectual property (IP) rights in Singapore for trade marks, patents and designs. The Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) is the government body responsible for registering patents, trade marks and designs, all of which can be applied for electronically through the IPOS website. The site also provides searchable trade mark, patent and design databases. In general terms, IP registration and protection in Singapore is similar to Australia. Filing and renewal fees are somewhat cheaper than the comparative Australian fees. Trade marks Singapore employs a first-to-use rule for obtaining trade mark rights, meaning that the first person to use a mark in Singapore will generally have superior rights to a person who files a trade mark application at a later date. Unregistered trade marks may in some cases be protected under common law in Singapore. ...

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