Foreign businesses need to be aware of new transfer pricing regulations, compliance issues, and tax obligations vital for operating or investing in Vietnam.
Businesses in Vietnam need to prepare for an escalation of the coronavirus outbreak; measures taken by authorities may get enforced with little or no notice.
Employers and foreign employees in Vietnam should plan for January 2022 when social insurance rates increase in line with the same rates as local staff.
Vietnam Briefing highlights Vietnam’s fast-moving internet economy with strong growth in e-commerce, fintech, and education technology.
Vietnam Briefing examines why Vietnam is a strong contender for investment after the suspension of the EU-China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment.
As the end of year approaches, Vietnam Briefing discusses how businesses can prepare for a tax audit including key focus areas by tax authorities.
Vietnam Briefing highlights a proposal by the transport ministry to update an international railway link between Lao Cai and China’s Hekou North station.
In this Q&A with Thang Vu, Associate Manager, Tax at Dezan Shira & Associates, we look at the impact of BEPS 2.0 in Vietnam as well as major tax developments.
On the sidelines of COP26, Vietnam was involved in making business deals and signing agreements with several countries including the UK, France, and Australia.
Vietnam Briefing explores opportunities for Vietnam once the Regional Comprehensive Economic Agreement (RCEP) takes effect in January 2022.