Despite the imposition of tariffs on Vietnam steel by the US, Vietnam remains a favorable destination for investors. Vietnam Briefing discusses the reasons why and how the country is expected to continue attracting FDI.
For foreigners working in Vietnam, determining the applicability of personal income tax (PIT) to one’s situation involves decoding a number of rules. Here, we consider tax-exempt incomes, employment benefits not subject to PIT, and tax reductions for dependents.
In this issue of Vietnam Briefing magazine, we look at Vietnam’s import and export landscape and the procedures required for importing and exporting in the country.
Vietnam Briefing offers a basic understanding of Vietnam’s business etiquette and culture, which can pave the way for better communication and successful agreements.
Vietnam’s Competition Law comes into effect, focussing on competition restraining agreements, regulatory authorities, economic concentration, and unfair competitive practices.
The European Union-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) was signed on June 30 paving the way for increased trade and the removal of tariffs on most products between both partners.
Vietnam Briefing compares Quang Ninh and Guangdong, their advantages and factors if planning a supply chain shift.
For investors, leasing land in Vietnam can play an integral role in market entry. Vietnam Briefing discusses the current laws and processes to acquire land.
The ASEAN-Hong Kong, China Free Trade Agreement which came into effect on June 11 for Vietnam and other ASEAN members is predicted to increase the flow of goods in the region, particularly for Vietnam and Hong Kong.
In Vietnam there are specific regulations on maternity leave that are unique to the country. It is important foreign investors are aware of the complexities of maternity laws in Vietnam.