Even though there are laws regarding counterfeit merchandise in Vietnam, it is true that no specific state agency is responsible for monitoring the trade of these items publicly, and thus salespeople are not properly handled. It is high time the Government imposed more serious sanctions to stop these illegal activities.
In Vietnam lately, it is quite easy to find fake goods of renowned international brand names like Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Gucci, Dior, Versace. Despite the effort of functional agencies to deliver strict sanctions to law violators, it seems those illegal goods are still freely sold offline and online without much successful control.
Many recent cases of large-scaled illegal mining and transporting sand, diesel oil (DO) have been detected by the Ho Chi Minh City Border Guard. The fight against commercial fraud, smuggling, illegal exploitation of minerals on Saigon River and Can Gio water still needs long-term founding solutions.
Standing Deputy Prime Minister Pham Binh Minh yesterday chaired a national online meeting to summarize the task performance of the National Steering Committee on Fighting Smuggling, Trade Fraud and Counterfeit Goods (the Steering Committee 389) in the first 6 months of 2022.
The Ho Chi Minh City Committee for Overseas Vietnamese yesterday held an online-offline discussion themed ‘Capability of Overseas Vietnamese in Introducing, Consuming, and Developing Distribution Channels for Domestic Products Abroad’.