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 Decree 58 allowing businesses in certain sectors to contribute to a lower social insurance rate. The Decree takes effect on July 15.
Vietnam has adopted updated versions of its Law on Enterprises and Law on Investment. The new laws are slated to come into effect on January 1, 2021.
Vietnam Briefing explains Vietnam’s recently implemented Decree 35, which provides guidelines on the implementation of the Law on Competition.
Vietnam Briefing highlights licensing and administrative fee cuts for five industries to alleviate the impact of COVID-19.
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.
Vietnam issued investment incentives for small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs). The new regulations bode well for SMEs as they look to recover from COVID-19.
Foreign investors must have a clear understanding of how Intellectual Property (IP) laws operate in Vietnam and what possible recourses are available.
Vietnam Briefing discusses the recently introduced Resolution 119 which aims to deal with origin fraud and illegal transshipment.
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