To celebrate the World Intellectual Property Day, the Intellectual Property Office of Viet Nam (IP Viet Nam) cooperated with the Industrial University of Ho Chi Minh City (IUH) to organize the Forum "Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) with Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)" and the Exhibition "Intellectual Property Products" on April 17 2021 in Ho Chi Minh City.
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.
On May 12, 2021, in Hanoi, Center for Vietnam Nam Science and Technology Internationalization Promotion (VISTIP), the Ministry of Science and Technology had received the working expert team of the Agricultural research Center for international development of the Public of France (CIRAD) led by Dr. Estelle Biénable, a senior agricultural economist from the Innovation Research Unit and MALICA. Mrs. Bui Thi Huy Hop, Deputy Director of VISTIP chaired the meeting. The two sides discussed issues of science and technology cooperation in agriculture.
On March 19, 2021, National Economics University (NEU) organized the National Scientific Workshop “Training human resources in Agricultural Business to meet social needs”. The workshop was attended by leaders of National Economics University; The Center for Vietnam S&T Intertionalization Promotion (VISTIP), Ministry of Science and Technology; Agro Processing and Market Development Authority, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development; Vietnamese Bird’s Nest Farms Association; Vietnam Farms & Agricultural Enterprises Association; Vietnam Tea Association; Vietnam Institute for Development Strategies, Ministry of Planning and Investment; Thuy Loi University and leaders of agricultural processing companies that specialize in forestry and aquatic products… Prof. Dr. Hoang Van Cuong- Vice Rector of National Economics University chaired the workshop.
The workshop “Fostering the application of information technology in production and business for agricultural cooperatives towards digital transformation” was held in Hanoi. The workshop was attended by officials and scientists from the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, the Ministry of Science and Technology, the Ministry of Planning and Investment, the Ministry of Industry and Trade, and the Vietnam Cooperative Alliance (VCA), Vietnam Soil Science Association, Bac Giang Agriculture and Forestry University, representing leaders of some sub- departments of Agriculture and Rural Development in Hanoi and some nearby provinces, leaders of some information technology enterprises and directors of agricultural cooperatives.
The Vietnam International Advertising equipment & technology Exhibition (VietAd 2021) and Vietnam Printing and packaging exhibition (VPSE 2021) organize from 22nd to 24th June, 2021 in Hanoi International Exhibition Center (ICE), Vietnam.
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)
In 2020, global trade faced headwinds mainly caused by the COVID-19-related economic standstill. In September 2020, the WIPO Global Innovation Index noted the risk of a potentially sharp downward impact of the pandemic crisis on technology-related investment and trade.
International patent applications via WIPO in 2020 continued to grow amid the COVID-19 pandemic’s vast human and economic toll, with leading users China and the U.S. each marking annual growth in filings.