A new report by the US Patent and Trademark Office says that there are roughly 5,000 U.K.-based companies that have trademark their names.
In a news release, the agency said that this includes nearly 50 U.B.C.-based corporations and companies in the U.A.E. as well as the United States.
It notes that “a substantial number” of these companies are listed as U.N. and International Organization for Standardization.
A number of these are also listed in the US, but the US is the only country that has access to the UBISOFT database.
The report also identifies some companies that may be able to benefit from the UBN-UMS database, but it’s not clear how or if these companies will benefit from these efforts.
The report comes just two weeks after a report from the Associated Press found that the UBS Group has been working with the UDN to use UBS’ UBISEC data in a database that would allow its competitors to build databases of the financial services sector.
But there is no indication that UBS has taken a stand on the UBA database, as the report said the company was in talks with UBOSEC.
The USPTO also has published a list of companies that are listed on UBS and UBS Europe, which is a subsidiary of the German company.
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