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New Developments in Vietnamese Patent Practice Regarding Use-type Claims

Issued: October 01 2010

The way Vietnam’s National Office of Intellectual Property is treating use inventions has caused a fierce debate among patent professionals. Pham Vu Khanh Toan and Duong Tu Giang make sense of the NOIP’s position.

 

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