HA NOI — The Ministry of Culture and Information has launched a nationwide contest on the issue of Viet Nam’s intellectual property.
The contest was part of an action plan announced by the ministry last Thursday before the third International Intellectual Property Day took place on April 26.
The aim of the competition is to encourage arts and science students to learn both Vietnamese and international regulations on copyright.
Entrants will submit essays displaying their understanding of Viet Nam’s intellectual copyright issues in the past, present or future, and also their attitude to copyright protection.
The organising board will present 11 prizes, with the first prize worth VND3 million, at an award ceremony to be held on next year’s international intellectual property day. —VNS
Reprinted with permission from Vietnam News Agency