The Vietnam Intellectual Property Research Institute (VIPRI) is a governmental institute for multi-disciplinary research, training and expertise in the field of the law, economics, technique and management of intellectual property.
VIPRI was established in 2007 by the Minister of Science and Technology. VIPRI’s activities are funded by state budget and other resources from national and international organizations and individuals. VIPRI has a core of employed staffs with experienced expertise in collaboration with numerous experts and practitioners in the field of intellectual property.
VIPRI has been forming various strategic partnerships with leading global intellectual property academies and institutions, international organisations and other partners in order to bring together academia, practitioners and industry to exchange ideas, knowledge and experience on intellectual property.
VIPRI expects playing a key role in developing capabilities in creation, protection, exploitation, enforcement and management of intellectual property rights, making a significant contribution to the development of scientific technology and industrial economy of the country.
Pham Dinh Chuong