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German chemicals company BASF has failed to persuade the UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO) that an applied-for trademark to cover agricultural chemicals is confusingly similar to its own existing trademark.
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BASF, Biont International, UK Intellectual Property Office, trademark opposition proceedings, likelihood of confusion, chemicals, agriculture