Vietnamese traditional fish sauce makers need to step up marketing to promote their products both at home and abroad, experts said.
Enforcement efforts are underway in provinces and cities across the country following software owners’ requests to take stronger action to protect copyright and software ownership, according to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism Inspectorate.
To reduce the risk of cyberattacks and boost their bottom line, businesses in Vietnam should assess the software on their networks and eliminate unlicensed items.
Vietnam’s rate of unlicenced software installation was 74% in 2017, down by 4% from 2015 and by 7% from 2013, according to the latest Global Software Survey of The Software Alliance (BSA).
The High-Quality Vietnamese Goods Fair will be organised at Phu Tho Stadium in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 11 from April 3-8, with the participation of some 300 exhibitors.
Rural areas, where 70% of the population lives and where the average income per capita has been increasing rapidly, is a market with great potential.
Bolstering intellectual property (IP) rights enforcement, including computer software, is high on the Government’s agenda, as part of its efforts to uphold international IP rights commitments it has made.
VOV.VN - An agricultural startup forum will be held on March 23 in Ho Chi Minh City by the city Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (DARD) and the Business Support Association (BSA).
A fair featuring high-quality clean food and agri-products will be held from October 6-9 at the Hanoi Agriculture Trade Promotion Centre, according to the Business Association of High-Quality Vietnamese Goods (BSA).
Measures and strategies to increase the sales abroad and in the domestic market were the focus of a seminar held by the Business Studies and Assistance (BSA) centre and the Business Association of High Quality Vietnamese Products in Ho Chi Minh City on July 29.
The volume of unlicensed software used in Vietnam has fallen by three percentage points to 78% compared with 2013, according to the latest global software survey released by the Software Alliance (BSA).
Economic expert Pham Chi Lan has called on authorities to focus on developing supporting industries and improving skills of workers as a new approach to entice foreign investors rather than resorting to land and tax incentives.