Statistical Country Profiles

Peru

Population (Million): 31.99 (2018)

Gross Domestic Product (Billion US$)(Constant 2011 US$ (PPP)): 409.28 (2018)

 

IP Filings (Resident + Abroad, Including Regional) and Economy

Year

Patent

Trademark (class count)

Industrial Design (design count)

GDP (Constant 2011 US$)

2009

48

 

107

269.97

2010

84

19,987

127

292.46

2011

77

 

90

310.96

2012

71

20,245

101

330.06

2013

97

19,880

141

349.37

2014

103

21,341

107

357.70

2015

117

22,967

131

369.34

2016

154

22,296

102

383.95

2017

167

23,823

93

393.62

2018

135

26,851

141

409.28

 

Patent

Patent Applications

Year

Resident

Non-Resident

Abroad

2009

37

657

11

2010

39

261

45

2011

39

1,129

38

2012

54

1,136

17

2013

73

1,193

24

2014

83

1,204

20

2015

67

1,182

50

2016

72

1,091

82

2017

100

1,119

67

2018

89

1,133

46

Patent Grants

Year

Resident

Non-Resident

Abroad

2009

13

372

2

2010

4

361

9

2011

9

376

11

2012

11

420

5

2013

2

285

10

2014

7

325

9

2015

19

343

22

2016

26

377

34

2017

26

484

16

2018

30

595

24

Patents in Force

Year

Patent in force

2009

2,454

2010

2,435

2011

2,489

2012

2,616

2013

2,615

2014

2,651

2015

2,643

2016

2,779

2017

2,791

2018

3,098

Utility Model Applications

Year

Resident

Non-Resident

Abroad

2009

73

13

 

2010

75

5

2

2011

72

7

1

2012

116

21

3

2013

124

16

2

2014

192

11

4

2015

197

18

6

2016

231

16

6

2017

255

25

13

2018

225

31

7

 

Trademark (class count)

Number of Classes Specified in Trademark Applications

Year

Resident

Non-Resident

Abroad

2009

 

 

5,648

2010

16,337

10,035

3,650

2011

 

 

4,535

2012

18,089

11,464

2,156

2013

17,361

12,484

2,519

2014

18,448

11,979

2,893

2015

19,907

12,393

3,060

2016

19,356

11,352

2,940

2017

21,535

11,496

2,288

2018

23,644

12,935

3,207

Number of Classes Specified in Trademark Registrations

Year

Resident

Non-Resident

Abroad

2009

 

 

2,434

2010

 

 

5,666

2011

 

 

3,697

2012

12,594

9,308

2,529

2013

12,931

10,047

1,859

2014

14,622

11,242

2,457

2015

14,982

10,422

1,673

2016

15,542

10,647

2,208

2017

20,757

12,808

2,347

2018

20,629

11,139

3,076

 

Industrial Design (design count)

Number of Designs in Industrial Design Applications

Year

Resident

Non-Resident

Abroad

2009

106

194

1

2010

124

253

3

2011

86

248

4

2012

101

306

 

2013

133

366

8

2014

104

215

3

2015

131

227

 

2016

102

201

 

2017

92

257

1

2018

134

247

7

Number of Designs in Industrial Design Registrations

Year

Resident

Non-Resident

Abroad

2009

60

172

2

2010

65

220

2

2011

46

183

8

2012

70

257

1

2013

63

309

4

2014

91

336

6

2015

97

284

2

2016

40

128

 

2017

64

202

 

2018

138

315

2

 

International Applications via WIPO Administered Treaties

Applications Under the WIPO Systems

Year

PCT

Madrid

Hague

2009

10

 

 

2010

7

 

 

2011

6

 

 

2012

11

3

 

2013

13

1

 

2014

17

 

 

2015

27

 

 

2016

24

 

 

2017

33

 

 

2018

38

 

 

PCT National Phase Entry (Direct and via Regional Office)

Year

Resident

Non-Resident

Abroad

2009

 

 

1

2010

1

85

21

2011

3

999

31

2012

2

992

13

2013

 

1,069

15

2014

2

1,087

14

2015

2

1,115

30

2016

2

1,023

70

2017

3

1,058

37

2018

5

1,060

38

 

PCT Top Applicants

PCT Applicant

2016

2017

2018

VITAPRO S.A.

 

 

2

CONSULTORES Y CONTRATISTAS GENERALES SAC

 

 

1

FARMACOLOGICOS VETERINARIOS SAC

 

 

1

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DEL PERU

 

2

1

UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL TORIBIO RODRIGUEZ DE MENDOZA DE AMAZONAS

 

 

1

UNIVERSIDAD PERUANA CAYETANO HEREDIA

 

 

1

 

Madrid Top Applicants

Madrid Applicant

2016

2017

2018

 

Hague Top Applicants

Hague Applicant

2016

2017

2018

 

Source: WIPO statistics database. Last updated: 10/2019

• The statistics are based on data collected from IP offices or extracted from WIPO's operational databases. Data might be missing for some years and offices or may be incomplete for some origins. The data relating to population and gross domestic product (GDP) are from the UN Statistics Division and the World Bank.
• A resident filing refers to an application filed in the country by its own resident; whereas a non-resident filing refers to the one filed by a foreign applicant. An abroad filing refers to an application filed by this country's resident at a foreign office.
• Where an office provides total filings without breaking them down into resident and non-resident filings, WIPO divides the total count using the historical share of resident filings at that office.
• IP filings and Economy lists patent, trademark and industrial design filings worldwide by applicants from this country (resident + abroad).
• One filing at the Eurasian Patent Organization (EAPO), the African Intellectual Property Organization (OAPI), the Benelux Office for Intellectual Property (BOIP) or the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) is treated as equavalent of multiple abroad filings at each member state; whereas one filing at the European Patent Office (EPO) or the African Regional Intellectual Property Organization (ARIPO) is counted as one abroad filing due to lack of information on designation.
• Application class count: The number of classes specified in a trademark application. In the international trademark system and at certain national and regional offices, an applicant can file a trademark application that specifies one or more of the 45 goods and services classes of the Nice Classification. Offices use a single- or multi-class filing system. For example, the offices of Japan, the Republic of Korea and the United States of America (US) as well as many European IP offices have multi-class filing systems. The offices of Brazil, Malaysia and Mexico follow a single-class filing system, requiring a separate application for each class in which an applicant seeks trademark protection. To capture the differences in application numbers across offices, it is useful to compare their respective application and registration class counts.
• Application design count: The number of designs contained in an industrial design application. Under the Hague System for the International Registration of Industrial Designs, it is possible for an applicant to obtain protection for up to 100 industrial designs for products belonging to one and the same class by filing a single application. Some national or regional IP offices allow applications to contain more than one design for the same product or within the same class, while others allow only one design per application. In order to capture the differences in application numbers across offices, it is useful to compare their respective application and registration design counts.
• Contact information: Economics and Statistics Division, WIPO. Tel.: +41-22-338-91-11, email: Ipstats.mail@wipo.int.