Bolstering the mechanism development is in line with the benefits of both Vietnam and the whole region. Vietnamese ministries and sectors have involved in some 100 projects carried out in the framework of the mechanism. Among them, Lach Huyen deep-water port, Noi Bai International Airport’s terminal 2, O Mon thermal power plant, and Nghi Son 2 thermal power plant are important projects to Vietnam’s infrastructure system. … [Read more...] about Government News 5/10
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US Finds Dumping & Subsidization of Chinese Drawn Stainless Steel Since From ChinaOn February 20, the Department of Commerce announced its affirmative final determinations in the antidumping (AD) and countervailing duty (CVD) investigations of imports of drawn stainless steel sinks from China. Commerce determined that the products have been sold in the US at dumping margins ranging from 27.14 percent to 76.53 percent. Commerce also determined that the products have received countervailable subsidies ranging from 4.80 percent to 12.26 percent. The US International Trade Commission is expected to make its final injury determination on or before April 5, 2013. If the ITC makes an affirmative final determination that imports of drawn stainless steel sinks from China materially injure, or threaten to injure, the domestic industry, Commerce will issue AD and CVD orders. If the ITC makes a negative determination of injury for China, the investigations will be terminated. … [Read more...] about China Law Update – February 26, 2013
In Vietnam, Clermont invested in Hoan My Medical Corporation in 2013. From six hospitals at that time, Hoan My now comprises 15 hospitals and six clinics, where more than 4,000 employees serve 3.7 million patients annually. In 2017, Hoan My was awarded 'Vietnam Hospital of the Year' by Frost & Sullivan and the Labour Medal by the President of Vietnam for its achievements in medical services, charitable activities and contribution to building. … [Read more...] about Government News 12/12
Currently, the US and EU offer up to five years of patent restoration, while Canada offers none: CETA envisions Canadian protections to a maximum of two years. Innovators will also get a right of appeal when a court invalidates their patents. Otherwise, data protection does not appear to have been addressed in CETA, meaning that the gap between Canada, at up to 8.5 years, and the EU, which offers 10 years plus one year for new indications, will likely remain. (The US offers five years plus one year for regulatory delays plus three years for new indications for pharmaceuticals and 12 years for biologics.) … [Read more...] about Will upcoming amendments to the Patent Act help repair Canada’s reputation?