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How Vietnam Can Sink Music Pirates

Issued: October 01 2013

Copyright violation and piracy levels in Vietnam rank among the highest in the world, with the recording industry estimating losses to unauthorized uses at 95%. From Ho Chi Minh City, Gage Raley proposes a strategy by which the Vietnamese music industry can get consumers to pay for their digital music downloads.

 

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