Vietnamese President Nguyen Minh Triet Witnesses Signing Ceremony Between U.S. and Vietnamese Organizations to Help Reduce Software Piracy

Photo Release: Vietnamese President Nguyen Minh Triet Witnesses Signing Ceremony Between U.S. and Vietnamese Organizations to Help Reduce Software Piracy
The signed agreement should help to improve the protection of intellectual property rights and help reduce software piracy in Vietnam.

WASHINGTON D.C., (rushprnews)June 22, 2007 – Vietnamese President Nguyen Minh Triet (standing, 2nd from left) and U.S. Ambassador Mike Marine (standing, far left) witness the signing of business agreements between major U.S. organizations, including Microsoft Corp., and Vietnamese companies in Washington, D.C. on June 21, 2007.

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The agreements with Microsoft will improve the protection of intellectual property rights and help reduce software piracy in Vietnam. During the first official visit by a Vietnamese head of state to America since the Vietnam War, President Triet also addressed the expanding trade opportunities between Vietnam and the U.S.

Back row, standing, left to right: Michael Marine, U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam; Vietnamese President Nguyen Minh Triet; Pham Xuan Hoang An, interpreter; Vu Van Tien, Vice Chairman of CMC Corp.; and Ha The Minh, Chairman of CMC Corp. 

Seated, left to right: Nguyen Trung Chinh, CEO of CMC Corp.; Chris Atkinson, President of Microsoft Southeast Asia; and Do Cao Bao, CEO FPT Information System Co.

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