Update news intellectual property
The Ministries of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST) and Information and Communications (MIC) have publicized the outcomes of research on the status of policy development of the culture industry and creativity in the digital environment in Vietnam.
Registration for the protection of intellectual property rights of Vietnamese enterprises abroad is on the rise, contributing significantly to the process of entering foreign markets as well as promoting products.
The Intellectual Property Office of Vietnam (IPO) and the Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO) signed a Memorandum of Understanding on strengthening intellectual property cooperation at a ceremony on June 22 in Hanoi.
Intellectual property (IP) protection of online exports has become increasingly important for Vietnamese businesses as the country has entered a new stage of cross-border e-commerce, experts said.
Many enterprises say that Vietnam lacks effective tools to fight unhealthy competition. There are legal documents to cover the issue but it is difficult to apply and enforce them.
The Deputy General Director of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Hasan Kleib made recommendations to promote the development of the intellectual property ecosystem in Vietnam during his recent working visit to Vietnam.
The Standing Committee of the 15th National Assembly (NA) scrutinised the latest version of a draft law revising and supplementing some articles of the Law on Intellectual Property during its 8th session on February 15.
The National Office of Intellectual Property (NOIP) says the ST25 rice variety has been granted a Protective Certificate No 21.VN.2020 under Decision No 45/QD-TT-VPBH dated March 6, 2020 by the director of the Department of Crop Production.
The strategy of mastering the high-tech industry at a world-class level has been the foundation for Viettel Group’s engineers to now have four patents protected as intellectual property in the US.
After a local silk importer was recently found to be disguising Chinese products as Vietnamese to sell them in India, experts have warned of the risks of losing out on exports and preferential tariffs due to intellectual property (IP) violations.
E-commerce companies cannot deny their responsibilities behind the rampage of fake books on their platforms.
Many products have an average life expectancy of 10-15 years. If they cannot be commercialized, they will be 'put in mothballs' , said Nguyen Tan Dung, Chemical Technology and Food Dean of the HCM City University of Technology and Education.
The effort to block websites providing noncopyrighted movies has brought initial success, but after one website ‘dies’, another website often arises.
Whether it’s for movies, books, music, art or software, intellectual property is seldom treated seriously in Vietnam. And in a market where copyright infringement has become popular, content providers have a hard time scratching out an existence.
VietNamNet Bridge – Instead of closing eyes to the intellectual property (IP) infringement or trying to settle disputes through conciliation, Vietnamese nowadays tend to bring the cases to court.
The strict claims filed by the US on the issues relating to the intellectual property during the negotiations for the Trans Pacific Strategic Partnership Agreement (TPP) are believed to put big difficulties for Vietnamese enterprises.