Vietnam Intellectual Property Annual Report 2020

The year 2020 has witnessed changes caused by the Covid-19 pandemic around the world and in Viet Nam. The global economic growth declined sharply, while Vietnam’s economic growth reached 2.91%. The Covid-19 pandemic also made a strong influence on intellectual property activities around the world and in Vietnam. In that context, the Intellectual Property Office of Viet Nam (IP Viet Nam) has made strong efforts to strengthen its activities on all aspects and achieved encouraging results, making an important contribution to the development of science, technology, the economy and the society of the country.

FULL ANNUAL REPORT 2020

In 2020, IP Viet Nam received 76.072 applications for establishment of IP rights, handled 71.829 applications and issued 48.072 registrations (increased by 1.7%, 8.3% and 15.6% over 2019, respectively). This showed strong efforts by the Office in establishing IP rights, adequately meeting the needs for protecting IP rights of individuals and businesses and ensuring a healthy environment for investments and businesses in Viet Nam, especially in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Source: IP VIETNAM

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