The Vietnam National Institute for Culture and Arts Studies (VICAS) and the British Council will work together on a project to strengthen intellectual property enforcement in Vietnam.
The number of patents has increased by 56.7% in the first five months of this year compared to the same period last year.
VOV.VN - Up to 2 million bottles of hand sanitiser which use silver nanoparticles from the Center for Research and Development of Ho Chi Minh City High-Tech Park (SHTPLabs) have been exported to Europe, the United States, and Canada since the initial outbreak of the novel coronavirus epidemic.
The Intellectual Property Office of Vietnam has implemented measures to encourage research, innovation and application of creative achievements in science and technology into life and production in response to World Intellectual Property Day 2020 (April 26).
Amid increasingly sophisticated and complex intellectual property (IP) violations, Vietnamese businesses remained slow to register their products and protect their rights, said experts.
Vietnam’s coordinating role and proactiveness as Chair of the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) General Assembly in 2018-2019 have been internationally hailed, according to Ambassador Duong Chi Dung.
Stricter copyright policy and people’s higher awareness about intellectual property have led to the closure of many websites which shared pirated software.
The EU-Việt Nam free trade agreement (EVFTA) is expected to bring many benefits in protection of intellectual property rights in Việt Nam.
The Government has adopted an intellectual property strategy setting goal to further improve Vietnam’s global innovation index (GII), Vietnam Government Portal (VGP) reported.
In order to take advantage of the Europe-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA), Vietnamese enterprises should pay more attention to intellectual property rights.
Valuation of intellectual property remains a grey area in Vietnam and can be improved only with support from authorities, experts have told a recent workshop held in Ho Chi Minh City.
The government has long placed importance on the issue of intellectual property infringement, and has worked tirelessly to put an end to it. The United States has recently praised Thailand’s ongoing protection of intellectual property which has yielded concrete results.
Vietnamese firms should take advantage of the international Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) system to increase the value of their brand names and protect their intellectual property rights, experts have urged.
A workshop on the role of intellectual property (IP) in promoting socio-economic development was jointly held by the Ministry of Science and Technology and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in Hanoi on May 9.
The Ministry of Commerce is keen to add value to local products through its geographical indication (GI) campaign.
New-generation free trade agreements have provided fresh impetus for investors from Europe and developed countries to expand their operation in Vietnam and invest in the country’s hi-tech initiatives, experts said.
VOV.VN - When the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) comes into force, businesses will face tougher competition across three tiers including product, business and nation, according to the business community.
Vietnamese start-ups are still not paying adequate attention to registering intellectual property, although this type of intangible asset plays a significant role in their future development.
Exports to China have surged in recent years, with the trend forecast to continue, so Vietnamese enterprises have been urged to keep tabs on the huge market.
The HCM City Department of Science and Technology has been trying to commercialise research outcomes by linking demand and supply, investing to bring technologies to the market and helping register intellectual property rights.