The celebration of women’s rights in the world leaves room for discussion in the social, political, economic and scientific fields; intellectual property is no exception. The issue of gender equality has long been raised and statistics show that gender discrimination is slowly decreasing in the world of intellectual property protection, but remains very promising. According to WIPO, “At the current rate, parity among inventors cited in PCT applications will not be achieved until 2058” .
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