OMPI publie des statistiques internationales sur les brevets 2006

Managing Intellectual Property offre des commentaires généraux intéressants sur leur site:

Together, these five offices (US, JP, EP, KR, CN) accounted for 75% of all patents filed and 74% of patents granted worldwide in 2004, the last year for which complete statistics are available.

Gurry said that the growth in filings from Korea and China also has implications for how offices search prior art in non-European languages. Around one quarter of patent applications are now written in Japanese, Chinese or Korean. […]

In just 20 years, China has become the fifth largest patent office in the world, measured by the number of patent applications filed. Patent filings by Chinese residents grew more than five-fold between 1995 and 2004 to reach 65,786. Korea is now the fourth largest patent office, with patent filings by residents growing threefold between 1994 and 2004.

Le rapport de l’OMPI est disponible sur le site suivant.

Sur le site de l’OMPI, les données utilisées pour produire le rapport sont aussi disponibles.

Avec ces informations, j’ai pu créer une représentation graphique des statistiques pour le Canada (les données de 1994 et 1997 semblent faussées par manque de données sur les entrées en phase nationale ces années-là)

 

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