Vietnam Trademark Introduction

Vietnam Trademark Introduction
June 22 11:51 2015 Print This Article

Trade marks are eligible for protection under Vietnamese law provided that these are visible signs in the form of letters, words, drawings or images including holograms, or a combination of these, represented in one or more colours.

In Vietnam three-dimensional signs (shapes) can be registered as trade marks, but trade marks based on sound and smell are not recognised.

The law also provides a number of circumstances under which a mark is not eligible for protection.

Vietnam is an official member of the Madrid Protocol and party to the Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property.


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