The long journey of registering for geographical indication protection in Japan for Luc Ngan lychee shows that in order to enhance value of Viet Nam's identified fruits, it is not only necessary to have involvement of the whole locality, but investment in in-depth research on the product cannot be ignored.
High quality human resources training comply with international standard is not just about creating qualified human resources, human resources must be trained from international standard programs with high skills. It must meet constantly increasing demand of international customers in the process of using products, goods and services "human resources". Along with that, employees must be equipped with knowledge and skills to meet job requirements in an environment of fair competition with workers from many countries around the world, and at the same time quickly adapt to the Fourth industrial revolution which is taking place rapidly on the global scale.
The Vietnam international Trade fair 2021 (Vietnam expo 2021) is scheduled to be held between april 14 and april 17 at Ha Noi International Center for Exhibition (I.C.E)
IP Vietnam continued to frequently carry out management work for industrial property representation activities, contribute to improve the quality of these activities and actively supported organizations and individuals in establishing and protecting industrial property rights.
Despite many difficulties and disruptions around the world and in Viet Nam in 2020, the numbers of received applications for geographical indication (GI) registration and granted GI registration certificates reached highest levels ever.
In 2020, IP Viet Nam received 125,689 applications of all kinds (an increase by 4.1% compared to 2019)
The socio-economic development of Viet Nam and the context of international integration have set out requirements to evaluate, review and amend the Intellectual Property Law to create better conditions for people and businesses.
The Scientists, officials form countries/economies in the ASEAN region and technology experts from other countries had shared their point of views on the synthesis of the pillars of smart cities at the ASEAN Smart Cities Summit and Expo 2020.
According to Prof. PhD. Pham Thanh Huy- President of Phenikaa University at the Innovation Connection Forum 2020: Based on the Global Competitiveness Report. In 2018, Vietnam ranked 84/137 countries in terms of skills of university graduates and 79/134 in innovation capacity. There are the very far distances between Vietnamese research results with Thai, Malaysian and Singaporean ones. From the actual assessment of the employers, it can be seen that Vietnamese students have not deep professional capabilities, their capabilities are not suitable for the requirements of production, business and service practices and they are especially weak in foreign languages and soft skills such as teamwork skills, risk management, entrepreneurship skills...