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When IP lawyers in Vietnam gather, it seems that conversation frequently turns to the ins and outs of upcoming amendments to the Law on Intellectual Property. But that’s not all that’s on the minds of...
As Vietnam joins the World Trade Organization, it has attracted many foreign traders to come and sell their products, either through a franchise/distribution channel, or through licensing to a local m...
Enforcement of IP rights has been pursued as a priority in most developing economies, as in India. The internal factors that are required to encourage enforcement require not just enabling statutes an...
Take the lessons learned on IP in China and use them around the world.   FACT – China is a challenging market for intellectual property management. RESULT – IP strategies for dealing with China ar...
When China last amended its patent law, the changes were largely in response to foreign pressure. The 2008 amendments, by contract, reflect the country’s maturation and confidence on IP rights. China’...
Keeping a handle on grey market goods can be a nightmare for multinational companies doing business in China. Companies must make efforts to protect their brands, or will face dilution of value, compr...
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