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1 Step 1 Select List of Authorities
2 Step 2 Select your authority (example: Albania)
3 To check Cooperation in Examination (document C/45/5) To check List of taxa protected by the members of the Union (document C/45/6)
4 To check LIST OF TAXA PROTECTED BY THE MEMBERS OF THE UNION (document C/45/6)
5 Example 1
6 Scroll down as necessary Example 2
7 If you wish to copy into Excel sheet or Word table (only possible from Microsoft Internet Explorer) Select text and copy and…
8 (if you wish to copy into Excel sheet or Word table (only possible from Microsoft Internet Explorer)) … paste into Excel spreadsheet or Word table
9 To check COOPERATION IN EXAMINATION (document C/45/5)
11 i.e. in this case: the Netherlands offers to carry out DUS examinations on behalf of France
12 Examples Australia (AU) Germany (DE) Republic of Korea (KR)
13 Examples Australia (AU) Canada (CA) Kenya (KE)
14 If you wish to copy extracts into an Excel worksheet or Word table, please use the procedure explained in Slides 7 and 8
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