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Turnaround means Italian firms will benefit from unitary patent system

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In a move that will come as some relief to companies seeking broad patent protection in the EU, Italy has decided that it wants to be part of the future unitary patent system in the EU after all, despite its initial misgivings. "Joining the unitary patent is a priority," the Italian ministry for economic affairs said.

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