For instance, Ho Chi Minh City-based University of Technology ( the National University of HCMC ) earned a revenue of about VND 1,300 billion (US$ 56,252,074) from activities involved in technology transfer in the 2009-2019 period including VND182.6 billion and VND 197.7 billion in 2017 and 2018 respectively.
By Thanh Hung – Translated by Anh Quan
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