EU committee OKs single patent co-operation plan
This article was originally published in Scrip
In the latest stage of the long and convoluted journey towards implementing a single EU patent system, the European Parliament's legal affairs committee has voted in favour of allowing a limited number of member states to push ahead with the plan.
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