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|Title:||Vietnam: transition to a market economy and intellectual property rights||Authors:||Wei, G.||Issue Date:||1994||Citation:||Wei, G. (1994). Vietnam: transition to a market economy and intellectual property rights. Singapore Economic Review 39 (1) : 59-95. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||The movement in Vietnam towards a market-driven economy and increased participation in regional and world trade holds out exciting prospects for both the international community in general and regional countries. This paper seeks to give an overview of Vietnam's intellectual and industrial property laws and also to highlight the fact that international standards on the type and level of protection are now firmly in place with the recent TRIPS Accord of the Uruguay Round of GATT negotiations. It is likely that as Vietnam moves in the direction of eventual membership of the World Trade Organisation that her domestic intellectual and industrial property laws will come under close international scrutiny. This paper also raises some questions concerning the current state of Vietnam's laws in this area. -from Author||Source Title:||Singapore Economic Review||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/45390||ISSN:||02175908|
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