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1 Presentation of the latest patent statistics PATENTSCOPE Users Forum June 18, 2013 – Geneva

2 Introduction WIPO Economics and Statistics Division » How are we? » What do we do? Statistics on patent filings » What are the latest trends at global level? » How does PCT international applications grow?

3 WIPO Economics and Statistics Division » How are we? » What do we do?

4 Economic & Statistics Division Carsten FINK Chief Economist Samiah DO CARMO FIGUEIREDO Administrative Assistant Mosahid KHAN Head IP Statistics Section Hao ZHOU Head Data Development Section Ryan LAMB Statistical Analyst Bruno LE FEUVRE Statistical Analyst Sacha WUNSCH- VINCENT Senior Economic Officer Julio RAFFO Consultant Intan HAMDAN- LIVRAMENTO Economic Officer Economics SectionData development SectionIP Statistics Section Caterina VALLES GALMES Administrative Assistant

5 Economics Section – Main activities - Produces publications and research working papers - Drafts studies for WIPO committees/Member States - Organizes economic seminar series at WIPO - Provides information service to users

6 Summary: The Global Innovation Index (GII) is a recognition of the key role that innovation serves as a driver of economic growth and prosperity. It is also an acknowledgement of the need for a broad horizontal vision of innovation that is applicable to both developed and emerging economies, with the inclusion of indicators that go beyond the traditional measures of innovation (such as the level of research and development in a given country). The fifth edition (2012), of the GII is co-published by INSEAD and WIPO. Publication date: July 3, 2012 Summary: The World Intellectual Property Report 2011 focuses on the Changing Face of Innovation. It describes key trends in the innovation landscape - including the increasingly open, international and collaborative character of the innovation process; the causes of the increased demand for IP rights; and the rising importance of technology markets. Finally, it takes a closer look at collaborative innovation models, analyzing how best to balance private collaboration and competition, and how best to harness public research for innovation. Publication date: November 14, 2011 Economics Section – Publications

7 Statistics Section – Main activities - Collects & disseminates statistical data - Produces publications and internal indicators - Forecasts filing trends and incomes - Provides information service to users

8 Statistical Publications – World IP Trends Summary: The WIPO IP Facts and Figures 2012 provides an overview of IP activity based on the latest available year of statistics drawn from IP offices and WIPO. It covers patents, utility models, trademarks and industrial designs and serves as a quick reference guide for IP statistics. Publication date: July 2012 Summary: WIPO's World Intellectual Property Indicators 2012 provides a wide range of indicators covering various areas of intellectual property: patents, utility models, trademarks, industrial designs, microorganisms and plant varieties protection. It draws on data from national and regional IP offices, WIPO, the World Bank and UNESCO. Publication date: December 2012

9 Statistical Publications – WIPO Administrated Systems Summary: The Hague, Madrid and PCT Yearly Reviews provide an overview of the performance and development of these WIPO administrated systems. They include a comprehensive set of statistics for the latest available year. Publication date: May – June 2013

10 Statistical Services – Online Country Profiles The country profiles provide statistics on the origin of applications. It includes 14 indicators for each of the 192 countries. You will also find information relating to patents granted, in force… This service is available at:

11 WIPO IP Statistics Data Center is an on-line service enabling access to WIPO’s statistical data. Users can select from a wide range of indicators and view or download data according to their needs. This service is available at: ipstatsdb.wipo.org/ Statistical Services – WIPO Data Center

12 WIPO IP Statistics Data Center is an on-line service enabling access to WIPO’s statistical data. Users can select from a wide range of indicators and view or download data according to their needs. This service is available at: ipstatsdb.wipo.org/ Statistical Services – WIPO Data Center

13 Statistics on patent filings » What are the latest trends at global level? » How does PCT international applications grow?

14 Patent filings – Global growth In 2011, over 2 million applications are filed in the world thanks to a 8% growth… … but China accounts for most of that growth…

15 Patent filings – Top origins … Japanese applicants are filing most applications in the world, but for how long? China resident growth results in making world resident filings (+10%) growing faster than non- resident filings (+4%)…

16 Patent filings – Top 5 offices … making SIPO the largest office in the world.

17 Patent filings – Abroad filings … applicants from all top 10 origins use primarily the PCT to file abroad, except for Canada (36%), Japan (43%) and the Republic of Korea (28%). PCT national phase entries represent the majority (55%) of abroad filings…

18 PCT International applications

19 PCT filings – Global growth In 2012, PCT applications (194,400; +6.6%) keep growing…

20 PCT filings – Top origins … and US applicants remain the main filers… … even though filings from Asia are growing much faster …

21 PCT filings – Top applicants … ZTE and Panasonic filed each a record number of PCT applications.

22 Conclusion In 2011, filings worldwide reached the 2 million mark (resident: +10%; non-resident: +4%): China (+41%) accounts for 72% of world growth (+8%) and 96% of resident growth; SIPO becomes the largest office in the world; But Japanese applicants keep filing most applications in the world; Whereas US applicants file most applications abroad in the world; and PCT national phase entries represent the majority (55%) of abroad filings. In 2012, PCT applications showed also steady growth (194,400; +6.6%): US applicants remain the main filers; But filings from Asia – in particular Japan - are growing quite fast; and Top PCT applicants file record number of applications.

23 Thank you Questions? Bruno Le Feuvre Statistical Analyst World Intellectual Property Organization Web: Visit us:


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