Coffee industry to spend $600m in bid to regain trademark Viet Nam will spend roughly US$600 million in a lawsuit that aims to regain the Buon Ma Thuot coffee trademark from foreign businesses, said deputy director of the Dak Lak Department of Science and Technology Trinh Minh Duc. The move was made after it was found that the trademark of Buon Ma Thuot coffee from the Central Highland province of Dak Lak has been registered in China for monopoly protection for 10 years while the Dak Lak coffee trademark has also been registered by a French company in more than 10 different countries since 1997. Of the total US$600 million, the Dak Lak People’s Committee will contribute half of the funds while the rest will come from members of the Viet Nam Coffee Association and the Intellectual Property Department under the Ministry of Science and Technology. Minh said that the lawsuit could last two to three years, adding that the Viet Nam Coffee Association has so far received proposals from four domestic law firms to help it take part in the legal action. Lawyers said that Viet Nam has a basic right and legal evidence to sue the Chinese company…
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