TRADEMARK RENEWAL IN INDONESIA

Fee and procedure of trademark renewal in Indonesia. In order to renew trademark validity in Indonesia, trademark owner is required to file their Indonesia trademark renewal prior to due date. Renew Indonesia trademark now.

Scope of work: Filing trademark renewal in Indonesia FEE

($US)

For the 1st class 690.00
For the 2nd class and subclasses 00.00

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