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Egypt tops list of patents granted in 2019

Total of 750 patents granted by Egyptian Patent Office in 2019


The Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) said that approximately 2,183 applications to obtain patents were filed with the Egyptian Patent Office in 2019.

Of this figure, 47%, or 1,027 applications, were submitted by Egyptians, with 1,156 applications, representing 53% of the total, submitted by foreigners.

In a statement on Sunday, CAPMAS said that the Egyptian Patent Office granted 750 patents in 2019. Of this, 175 patents were granted to Egyptians, representing 23.3% of the total, and 575 patents for foreigners, representing 76.7% of the total.

According to the agency, 22.3% of the total patents granted in 2019, or 167 patents, were granted according to the international classification in chemistry and metals. Of this number, 33.5% were granted to Egyptians, and 66.5% to foreigners.

A total of 147 patents were granted in the field of human needs, or 19.6% of the total number of patents granted in 2019. Of this figure, 27.2% were granted to Egyptians, and 72.8% were granted to foreigners.

A total of 106 patents granted in the formation and transportation operations sector, or 14.1% of the total. Of this, 11.3% were granted to Egyptians, and 88.7% were granted to foreigners.

Egypt ranked first worldwide in the number of patents granted, with the Egyptian Patent Office’s granting of 175 patents to Egyptian nationals representing 23.3% of the world total. This was followed by the 157 patents granted in the US which represented 20.9%, followed by Germany with a total of 54 patents at 7.2% of the total patents granted in 2019.

CAPMAS pointed out that Egypt’s total number of applications submitted to the Egyptian Trademark Office amounted to 17,760 applications in 2019.

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