Vietnam has made various high-level commitments under the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA), one of which is the challenging area of intellectual property rights (IPR), according to Vice chairman of Eurocham Vietnam Nguyen Hai Minh.
Legal frameworks, policies on intellectual property rights and cyber security were topics of interest for enterprises, especially foreign-invested companies, at the Vietnam Business Forum (VBF) 2018.
The 58th Series of Meetings of the Assemblies of the Member States of the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) concluded in Geneva, Switzerland, on October 2 after seven days of working.
Intellectual property (IP) rights and science-technology should be a priority of businesses amidst the fourth industrial revolution, as they are key factors for success, heard a workshop in Hanoi on April 18.
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.
The APEC Intellectual Property Rights Experts’ Group commenced its 44th meeting (IPEG 44) in Nha Trang city, the south central province of Khanh Hoa, on February 18.
A roundtable discussion was held in Hanoi on October 20 to look for ways to improve the effectiveness of cooperation among enforcement agencies in the fight against counterfeits and intellectual property rights (IPR) infringements.
The Geographical Indication (GI) of "Ngoc Linh" for ginseng root products was officially announced in Quang Nam and Kon Tum provinces last week.
Improving enforcement of intellectual property (IP) rights is now high on the Government’s agenda as part of its efforts to uphold international IP commitments, especially those in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement, according to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.
Protection of intellectual property will be an essential factor to further innovation and economic growth of the country, an official with the Ministry of Science and Technology has said.
(VOV) - The proliferation of counterfeit products in Vietnam - from consumer electronics to pharmaceuticals and fertilisers - is slowing the nation’s economic growth and even putting people’s lives at risk.