- 27/09/2016New deadlines imposed on submission of Certificates of Origin
- 20/07/2016Administrative Penalties for Violations in Investment Activities
- 20/07/2016New Offshore Indirect Investment Regulation – Vietnamese employees able to participate in overseas employee share ownership plans
- 01/07/20162016 Pocket Tax Book
- 01/07/2016New regulations on foreign loans
- 01/07/2016Draft Decree on new AccountingLaw – New regulations on providing cross-border accounting services
News & Updates
- EU trade agreement to drive Vietnam’s growth
“Developments in the agricultural sector are expected to proceed very quickly in Vietnam and a modern and professional sector will be seen within a couple years” – Mr. Aldrik Gierveld, Director European Agriculture and Fisheries Policies and Food Security and Deputy Director General Agriculture and Nature at the Ministry of Economic Affairs of the Netherlands made the assessment when asked by Vietnam Economic Times (VET) about how the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) will impact on trade and investment between Vietnam and the Netherlands.
- Dutch experts support Vietnam in eliminating torture
Bart and Adriaan, two experts from Clingendael Institute of International Relations have worked two days in Hanoi to discuss Dutch experiences, for example on how to share knowledge on combatting torture throughout central and local government.
- Building sustainable business models in Vietnam is a challenge
For both Vietnamese and international companies the road to sustainability is paved with struggle and hard-won victories. And yet there is a lot to be gained when it comes to sustainable business.
- Draft decree sets safety conditions for food producers
A food production and trading establishment must be large enough for installing food production lines and facilitating food transportation, according to a Health Ministry-drafted decree recently released for public comments.
- Tourism sector records robust growth in Q1
The tourism industry fulfilled almost all important goals in the first three months in spite of numerous difficulties, said Ha Van Sieu, Deputy Director General of the Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT).