Belgians still hope for deal on EU patent language this year
This article was originally published in RAJ Devices
The Belgian presidency of the EU Council of Ministers believes that a compromise can still be reached this year on the translation issues that are holding up agreement on the future EU patent system, even though there is still strong opposition to the current proposal from at least two member states. The proposal needs the unanimous support of all 27 member states if it is to come into effect.
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