Experience of some countries on the organization and operation of science and technology enterprises, suggestions for Vietnam
Science and Technology (S&T) enterprise is basically a type of business which realizes the production and trading of products, goods created from the results of science and technology achievements whether obtained by the enterprise itself or integrated from domestic/ international sources. However, the majority of this type of businesses is active in those S&T areas which are of national, regional, local priorities, or even the S&T enterprise’s. Normally, established S&T enterprises operate in the field of high technology. Therefore, they are entitled with the state incentive policies in view of encouraging the development of high technology. Experience of the countries mentioned herein may provide useful suggestions for Vietnam during the establishment and organization of activities of S&T enterprises.
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