Reference: Google Patent Search Adds Data From China, Germany, Canada, and WIPO
Since the database now includes patent documents from around the world, Google decided to integrate Google Translate directly into the patent pages. Now, you can see the patents in their original languages and in English.
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Any specifics about the new data that’s available from China, Germany and Canada? Nope. Neither Google’s introductory blog post nor the “About Patent Search” page provides any details. We’ve asked Google to share this info with us and we will update if/when the get back to us.
Direct to Google Public Policy Blog Post About New Additions
Direct to Google Patent Search
Note: To Limit to a Specific Patent Office, Select Search Tools->Any Patent Office at the Top of Any Patent Search Results Page
Direct to Google Patent Search (Advanced Search Interface)
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