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On 6 June 2010 Taiwan's Executive Yuan passed an amended version of the Taiwan IP Office Re-organization Statute. The amendments are aimed at tackling the patent backlog and delays in patent examination, and will increase the number of patent examiners, but maintain existing head count. This will be accomplished by reducing the number of administrative and secretarial personnel, training and transferring existing personnel, and loosening restrictions on the number of part-time patent examiners. The statute will now go to the Legislative Yuan for approval.
The announcement can be found here (Chinese).


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