Asia will gain about 900 million to 5.3 billion, while Europe registers a decline from 740 million to 728 million.
Oceania (which includes Australia and New Zealand) would rise from 40 million to 66 million.
This issue has not previously received judicial consideration in New Zealand, and only very minor attention in Australia where a trade mark application was unsuccessfully objected to on the basis that it breached the Food Standards Code.
The case concerned the trade mark MANUKA DOCTOR applied to honey products.
Had the High Court not been overturned on appeal, this could have had serious implications for trade marks used in the food industry.
It is easy to think of trade marks that could have potentially been banned under this approach such as SO GOOD milk, HEALTHY CHOICE, VITAWHEAT, DR PEPPER and many others.
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With growing political uncertainty, as well as new risks and disruption ushered in by evolving technologies, companies have to navigate an increasingly complex international operating environment.
Local commendations for inventions, which are awarded to inventors who create superior technologies and designs, have a history dating back to 1921.
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