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Fineprint - The 2015 Summer Edition

26 November 2015. Posted by Emily Agnew .

Useful articles for business owners and their staff.

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‘Around the world in a bite’ canapé event celebrates export success in the natural products sector

24 November 2015. Posted by Emily Agnew .

The festive season has begun, and with that was Natural Products New Zealand’s (NPNZ) Christmas event, hosted by long-time sponsor James & Wells.

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Introduction of new bill means more solid protection for geographical indications

6 November 2015. Posted by .

The New Zealand government has recently introduced the Geographical Indications (Wine and Spirits) Registration Amendment Bill, which will revise the Geographical Indications (Wines and Spirits) Registration Act, breathing life into a project that has been simmering for a very long time.  

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New tax relief for R&D

6 November 2015. Posted by Emily Agnew .

Applied Support Services - As part of the Government’s “Business Growth Agenda”, legislation has been implemented to ensure the tax system does not discourage R&D. 

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Why Australasia should be on your patent radar

4 November 2015. Posted by Jason Rogers .

New Zealand and Australia often slip off the radar when it comes to filing overseas patent applications

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The sweet truth about honey [health claims]

3 November 2015. Posted by Stephanie Hadley .

Mānuka honey has long been one of New Zealand’s signature exports, with around 8,000 tonnes of honey being exported each year and a recent surge in demand from Asian markets. 

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November 2015 newsletter

2 November 2015. Posted by Emily Agnew .

Whether you’re after the basics of the TPPA signed last month, or a more in-depth low down on what it will mean for Kiwi inventors, our team have it covered in this month’s edition.

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Trans-Pacific Partnership – What it will mean for Kiwi inventors

2 November 2015. Posted by Joseph Garven , Jonathan Lucas .

After five years, negotiations on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement were finally concluded on 5 October 2015 between 12 countries. An important part of the TPP is the obligations of each member state in relation to intellectual property (IP), including patents.

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