A Representative Office is one of the simplest ways companies can set up in Vietnam. Here, Vietnam Briefing provides a step-by-step process of how to set up an RO, and the procedures required to start such an operation in the country.
In this Q&A with Filippo Bortoletti, we provide an overview of the government’s latest support packages to ease business recovery in Vietnam.
Vietnam issued Decree 80 defining the criteria for what constitutes an SME as well government support for SMEs. The Decree went into effect on October 15.
Vietnam recently released Decree 85 on regulating e-commerce platforms and activities. The Decree is effective January 1, 2022.
To aid with business recovery and economic growth, Vietnam issued Resolution 105 on helping businesses affected by the pandemic including easing restrictions for hiring foreign workers.
Vietnam Briefing discusses how businesses can prepare against exposure to fraudulent risks within the organization during times of economic turmoil like COVID-19.
Vietnam issued a draft decree, which aims to tighten control over livestreaming activities that generate revenue on cross-border social networks.
When closing a business in Vietnam investors must be fully aware of the responsibilities they face in dissolving or terminating a company.
Vietnam issued Decree 70 adding new regulations related to cross-border advertising services. The Decree will take effect on September 15, 2021.
Restructuring your Vietnam business will ensure your company is more streamlined, risk resilient, agile, and competitive in the market.