Prohibited acts specified in the Law on High Technologies 2008 of Vietnam

Prohibited acts specified in the Law on High Technologies 2008 of Vietnam
Nguyễn Trinh

The Law on High Technologies 2008 of Vietnam was issued on November 13, 2008, providing for hi-tech activities and policies and measures to encourage and promote hi-tech activities. There are prohibited acts specified in this Law.

Specifically, according to Article 8 of the Law on High Technologies 2008 of Vietnam, prohibited acts in hi-tech activities include:

One, abusing hi-tech activities to harm national interests, defense, security or lawful rights and interests of organizations or individuals.

Two, conducting hi-tech activities that adversely affect human health or life, morality and fine customs and traditions of the nation, or damage the environment or natural resources.

Three, infringing upon hi-tech intellectual property rights.

Four, illegally disclosing or supplying hi-tech secrets.

Five, committing forgery or deceitful acts to enjoy the State’s incentives for hi-tech activities.

Six, illegally obstructing hi-tech activities.

View more details at the Law on High Technologies 2008 of Vietnam issued on November 13, 2008, officially effective from July 01, 2009.

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