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ChrisWhewell

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Global Dossier
« on: 11-24-15 at 08:25 am »

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Re: Global Dossier
« Reply #1 on: 11-24-15 at 09:30 am »

If it were done right, it might.  I'm wondering if they'll just use it as a way to rush prosecution -- "since China allowed it, we may as well too."  Sort of like how Canada seems to operate -- wait until the USPTO allows an application, then do the same thing.
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