In Mozambique, the declaration of intention to use system allows applicants to file trademarks with the purpose of preventing third parties from registering and using similar marks for different goods or services, with no obligation of use.
The government of Mozambique deposited its instrument of Accession to the Banjul Protocol on the 15th of May 2020 and will effectively become a member of ARIPO’s protocol for trademarks on August 15, 2020. It will, therefore, be possible to designate Mozambique in an ARIPO application filed from that date.
バンジュール議定書(Banjul Protocol)により商標出願の指定が可能となる国は、次の１１カ国です。Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Liberia, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Sao Tome and Principe, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zimbabwe
The Global Brand Database now includes the collections of:Botswana: over 38’000 trademarks Eswatini: over 20’000 trademarks Gambia: over 8’000 trademarks Ghana: over 31’000 trademarks Kenya: over 95’000 trademarks Malawi: over 25’000 trademarks Mozambique: over 45’000 trademarks Namibia: over 67’000 trademarks Zimbabwe: over 74’000 trademarks