– Vietnam will be part of
for the International Registration of Industrial Designs, which allows Vietnamese
to be protected in multiple countries, in the next three months.
According to the Ministry of Science and Technology, Minister Chu Ngoc Anh has deposited an instrument of accession to the Geneva Act (1999) of The Hague Agreement with Director of the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) Francis Gurry at the WIPO’s headquarters in Switzerland.
The agreement will officially come into force for Vietnam three months from the day of deposition.
Anh said the system enables a business to register industrial designs in multiple countries through the filing of one single application to the WIPO’s International Bureau.
The minister is leading a Vietnamese delegation to attend the 59th session of the WIPO’s General Assembly from September 30 – October 9.
Ambassador Duong Chi Dung, head of Vietnam’s permanent mission in Geneva, chaired the event. This is the second year Dung has been honoured to take the presidency of the WIPO General Assembly./.
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