Belgians offer more concessions in quest for EU patent deal
This article was originally published in SRA
EU ministers are to meet on 10 November to discuss the latest compromise measures put forward by the Belgian presidency of the EU Council of Ministers in an effort to seek agreement on the translation arrangements for the proposed single EU patent1.
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