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Vietnam's Songwriters face an uphill IP struggle

The Viet Nam Centre for the Protection of Music Copyright (VCPMC) has been struggling hard to ensure due royalty payments for Vietnamese songwriters. The centre’s director, songwriter Pho Duc Phuong, talks to the reporter about the road. 798 more words

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Quy định mới về tiền ký quỹ kinh doanh lữ hành quốc tế

Ngày 14/11/2013, Chính Phủ ban hành Nghị định số 180/2013/NĐ-CP sửa đổi, bổ sung một số điều của Nghị định số 92/2007/NĐ-CP ngày 01/06/2007 quy định chi tiết thi hành một số điều của Luật Du lịch, bắt đầu có hiệu lực từ ngày 01/01/2014. 983 more words

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Tri Viet Publishing House loses copyright infringement case

VietNamNet Bridge – The famous HCM City-based Tri Viet (First News) Publishing House has failed to sue the private printing centre, Huy Thi, in Hanoi suburban district of Thanh Tri, for… 292 more words

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Copyright violations still rife in Vietnam

Copyright violations remain a serious problem in Vietnam despite a plethora of laws, especially with movies being pirated through the internet, causing losses of hundreds of millions of dollars. 565 more words

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Vietnam will build national cashew brands, register trademark to protect Vietnamese cashew products

HCM CITY (VNS) — Viet Nam is expected to face difficulties in exporting cashew products since global supply has increased, a seminar in HCM City heard last Saturday. 438 more words

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Drug patent threat opens division on how to fight back

A dispute has erupted within the pharmaceutical industry over how to respond to a government proposal in South Africa to allow local manufacturers to copy brand-name drugs and sell them in the country at a lower cost. 1,416 more words

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Dale Carnegie sues trainer for copyright infringement

Dale Carnegie Vietnam, which is also known as Dac Nhan Tam Entrepreneurs School, on Wednesday announced to sue Le Nhu Hieu, who used to be a trainer at the institute, on charges of violating its… 227 more words

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