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The single European patent is another burden for Polish companies

11-12-2012

Despite the serious doubts raised by entrepreneurs and experts, the government has not decided to withdraw Poland from the enhanced cooperation procedure of the 25 EU Member States in favour of a single European patent.

 

– From the point of view of Polish small and medium-sized enterprises, the introduction of a single European patent is a problem – say the experts of the Employers of Poland.

 

The final decision on whether the single patent will be effective in Poland will be made in the Sejm (parliament) that must ratify the international agreement on the Single Patent Court. The experts of the organization, however, believe that the arguments presented by the critics of the single patent in Poland are so eloquent that the government should have withdrawn Poland from the enhanced cooperation in this field as soon as possible.