ST25 rice packs on shelve. It is necessary to speed up the registration process for ST25 trademark in overseas markets. — Photo nld.com.vn The Viet Nam Trade Office in Australia is working with relevant agencies to protect Vietnamese rice trademarks. According to the Head of the Viet Nam Trade Office Nguyen Phu Hoa, Australian company T&L Global Foods Supply PTY LTD was in the process of registering Vietnamese rice brands ST24 and ST25 to the Intellectual Property Australia (IP Australia). The application is currently under review. Hoa said the trade office was working with the company of farmer-scientist Ho Quang Cua which owns ST24 and ST25 brand names in Viet Nam. It is also working with T&L Global Foods Supply PTY LTD and received cooperation together with a commitment to review the problem with the company's branding department, Hoa said. Hoa added that the trade office also sent documents proving the Vietnamese origin of ST24 and ST25 rice to the IP Australia, stressing that ST24 and ST25 rice were processed from the Vietnamese rice varieties of the same names and sold widely in the market. The trade office urged IP Australia to review the application carefully to prevent disputes which… Read full this story
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