Vietnam: A new era begins
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Vietnam: A new era begins

A comprehensive IP law came into force in Vietnam in July, streamlining the country's IP regime, providing greater clarity and closing infringement loopholes. Thanh-Tu Dinh of Lovells explains how the new rules will make life easier for IP owners doing business in one of Asia's fastest growing economies

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