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Vietnam grapples with well-known trade marks


Despite its membership of international agreements, the protection of well-known marks in Vietnam is uncertain. This situation needs to change, argue Tran Manh Hung, Tran Kieu Hoa and Le Mai Linh

The protection of well-known trade marks has been stipulated in a number of national and international pieces of legislation, including the Paris Convention, the TRIPs Agreement and the Trans-Pacific Partnership. With Vietnam being a member of all these agreements, the...


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