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Explanation: but not in the sense of the previous answer wherte in means put under state control or ownership.
here: Nationalized PCT. This is an application filed in a country after the PCT application is filed. If, for example, you file an application in the U.S. on January 1, 1996, and you file an international application under the PCT on January 1, 1997. You can and must, if you want patent protection in the countries you designated in your PCT application, enter prosecution in those designated countries either 20 months or 30 months after your initial filing date of January 1, 1996. The applications filed in the designated countries are referred to as nationalized PCT applications. (ref. technolist)
Explanation: Patent, Trade Secret, and Technology Licensing and Joint Ventures ... - [ Traduci questa pagina ]
... to the next, much more than do patent rights. ... to a government official to smooth the
approval process ... out by your competitor; go bankrupt; or be "nationalized"? ... www.dww.com/articles/cani9601.htm - 36k
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