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Madrid protocol and agreement countries list
Below is the list of countries that are part of the Madrid system through the Madrid Treaty. It is important to distinguish between Madrid Agreement and Madrid Protocol countries. The list of countries below shows both Agreement and Protocol members.
African Intellectual Property Organization (OAPI)
Antigua and Barbuda
Bonaire, Saint Eustasius and Saba
Democratic People’s Republic of Korea
Iran (Islamic Republic of)
Lao People’s Democratic Republic
Republic of Korea
Republic of Moldova
Sao Tome and Principe
Syrian Arab Republic
United States of America
All countries of the European Union are protocol countries anyway. Some countries in the EU are also Agreement countries.
What are the Madrid system fees per country?
You can easily calculate the fees per country of the Madrid countries online with the trademark tool. This allows you to easily see in an overview what the costs are and whether it is cheaper to register the trademark nationally or internationally.
What is a Madrid protocol trademark?
Via the Madrid Treaty you can register international trademarks relatively cheaply. This is possible in countries that are affiliated to this. There is a difference in protocol and agreement countries. protocol designated countries
How many countries are members of the madrid protocol?
The current number of members of the Madrid Treaty is 108. As a result, the Madrid protocol and agreement cover 124 countries.
How does registration of a trademark via Madrid work?
A trademark registration via the Madrid system always starts with a country of origin. This is the country of residence or, for example, the country of which you are resident.
If you have a registration in your home country, you can add other Madrid countries based on that. These can be countries that are members of the system. It is important to know the risks here. Every international registration through the treaty remains dependent on the brand in the country of origin for five years. If something unexpected happens with this, for example due to cancellation, the entire international tower will fall over and the protection obtained for those countries will also lapse.