Enterprises relish low corporate income tax

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VietnamNet English 20 hour(s) ago

Enterprises relish low corporate income tax

A recently-released World Bank report showed that Vietnam’s effective corporate income tax rate (CIT) stands at 15.7 percent, proving to be more attractive than Singapore (17 percent), Indonesia (16.7 percent), Thailand (17.9 percent) and Malaysia (21 percent).

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Enterprises relish low corporate income tax

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VietnamPlus English 6 day(s) ago

A recently-released World Bank report showed that Vietnam’s effective corporate income tax rate (CIT) stands at 15.7 percent, proving to be more attractive than Singapore (17 percent), Indonesia (16.7 percent), Thailand (17.9 percent) and Malaysia (21 percent).

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Key laws to bring new momentum

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VietnamNet English 2 week(s) ago

Key laws to bring new momentum

VietNamNet Bridge – Last year the Vietnamese government reviewed and implemented several new policies to bolster the economy, lawyers from LNT Law Firm writes.

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Key laws to bring new momentum

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Key laws to bring new momentum

Last year the Vietnamese government reviewed and implemented several new policies to bolster the economy, lawyers from LNT Law Firm writes.

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New prohibited sector list to help spark business start-ups

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VietnamNet English 1 month(s) ago

New prohibited sector list to help spark business start-ups

VietNamNet Bridge – Growth in new business start-ups is expected to boom in the near future based on amendments to the new Law on Investment.

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Remittance ‘grey market’ thrives towards year-end

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VietnamNet English 1 month(s) ago

Remittance ‘grey market’ thrives towards year-end

VietNamNet Bridge – Remittances are pouring into Vietnam towards the year’s end, but most of this money is bypassing the official banking sector.

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Remittance ‘grey market’ thrives towards year-end

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Remittance ‘grey market’ thrives towards year-end

Remittances are pouring into Vietnam towards the year’s end, but most of this money is bypassing the official banking sector.

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Gov’t to tax sales on Facebook, affecting small shops

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VietnamNet English 1 month(s) ago

Gov’t to tax sales on Facebook, affecting small shops

VietNamNet Bridge – The owners of online shops on Facebook say they will close their shops if the Ministry of Finance (MOF) taxes their income.

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New prohibited sector list to help spark business start-ups

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Báo Đầu Tư English 1 month(s) ago

New prohibited sector list to help spark business start-ups

Growth in new business start-ups is expected to boom in the near future based on amendments to the new Law on Investment.

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Firms complain labour laws in need of clarity

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VietNam News English 1 month(s) ago

The Labour Code and Trade Union Law are vague, making it hard for businesses to comply with them, a seminar held in HCM City last Thursday to provide updates on the two laws heard.

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Door opens to foreign logistics firms

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VietnamPlus English 2 month(s) ago

Numerous foreign investors are eyeing the Vietnamese logistics service market but are facing difficulties because of unclear regulations, the English language news portal VietNamNet Bridge reported.

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Door opens to foreign logistics firms

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VietnamNet English 2 month(s) ago

Door opens to foreign logistics firms

VietNamNet Bridge – Numerous foreign investors are eyeing the Vietnamese logistics service market but are facing difficulties because of unclear regulations.

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“Dead businesses” suddenly become valuable

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VietnamNet English 2 month(s) ago

“Dead businesses” suddenly become valuable

VietNamNet Bridge – Many investors are buying “dead or inactive businesses” instead of setting up new businesses, as this allows them to save time and dodge legal procedures.

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Will stamp policy weaken beer manufacturers?

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VietnamNet English 2 month(s) ago

Will stamp policy weaken beer manufacturers?

VietNamNet Bridge – Beer manufacturers believe the requirement that they need to stamp their products will increase their production costs and weaken competitiveness.

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Illegal software use could blacklist firms

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VietNam News English 3 month(s) ago 1 related news

Companies, especially exporters, using illegal computer software face the threat of being banned from access to large international markets like the US, experts warn.

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