It's here at last -- IPOPNG

It is will happiness in his heart that the IPKat can inform his readers that the Intellectual Property Office of Papua New Guinea (or IPOPNG, as it likes to be known) has introduced its own website, which you can now visit at

Right: the IPKat had always thought that an ipopng looked something like one of these little fellas ...

This piece of news was brought to him by Kimberley Evans (Davies Collison Cave), who incidentally is the only member of the DCC IP team whose surname begins with the letter 'E'.

It's here at last -- IPOPNG It's here at last -- IPOPNG Reviewed by Jeremy on Thursday, December 18, 2008 Rating: 5

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